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The PUSH command creates an inferior context; the new context
becomes your current one. The core image of the superior context
is preserved. For more information about contexts, see the help
Leaves your terminal at monitor level.
Preserves your core image.
CONTEXT Allows you to display and manipulate contexts.
POP Allows you to return to a superior context.
Run a program, for example, MS. Then exit and issue a CONTEXT
command to see the status of your current context.
Contexts used/quota = 1/4, pages used/quota = 4/1000
Context Superior Prog Idle time
* 1 MS
Now issue a PUSH command, and try another CONTEXT command to see
the new status of your contexts.
Contexts used/quota = 2/4, pages used/quota = 6/1000
Context Superior Prog Idle Time
1 MS 19.78
* 2 1
There are now two contexts in use. The current, unnamed context
2 is not running a program. MS, which is running in the unnamed
superior context, has been idle for 19.78 seconds since the last
CONTEXT command was issued.