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The TYPE command prints the contents of the specified file(s) on
your terminal. If more than one file is requested in the command
string, the files are printed one after another without an
indication of the beginning and ending of a file.
This command runs the COMPIL program, which interprets the
command before running PIP.
Where: file-spec is one or more file specifications separated
by commas. The file name (including any extension) is
required. For more help on file specifications, see
the help file FISPEC.
If you omit the device name, the default is DSK:. If you omit
the directory, the default is the directory you are currently
logged in to.
The full wildcard construction can be used for the file name and
Switches can be passed to PIP by enclosing them in parentheses in
the TYPE command string. When COMPIL interprets the command
string, it passes the switches on to PIP.
Leaves your terminal at monitor level.
Destroys your core image.
BEGIN INTEGER S, C, B, A;
!THIS PROGRAM WILL ADD THREE NUMBERS AND;
!PRINT THE RESULT;
WRITE ("[2 C] WHAT ARE THE NUMBERS TO ADD [1 C] ");
WRITE ("[2 C] THE SUM OF ");
WRITE (" AND ");
WRITE ("AND ");
WRITE (" IS: ");
WRITE (" [2 C] ");