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The CSAVE command makes a non-sharable copy of the program in memory
and stores it in a file, in compressed executable format.
@CSAVE (ON FILE) filespec (WORDS FROM) loc1 (TO) loc2,
filespec is the file specification under which you
want to store the program.
Default filespec - program name.EXE
loc1 loc2, are pairs of octal numbers or symbolic
loc3 loc4, expressions that specify the span(s) of
... memory locations you want to save.
Default loc1 loc2 - 20 to last location
occupied by program
Inefficiency of CSAVE Compared to SAVE
The CSAVE command saves in a compressed-formatted file
whatever program the system finds in memory. When the file
is returned to memory, this format prevents other users from
sharing the in-memory copy of the file. Therefore you
should ordinarily use the SAVE command instead for storing
programs in executable format.
GET for putting a saved file into memory
LOAD for putting source or output files into memory
RUN for running executable programs
SAVE usual command for saving programs in executable format
1. Save your currently loaded program in compressed executable
2. Mount a magnetic tape set. Then load an ALGOL program and
save it in three places in executable format: once in a disk
file under the same filename, again in a disk file under a
new filename, and once on magnetic tape.
@MOUNT TAPE TAPBAK: /WRITE-ENABLED
[Mount Request TAPBAK Queued, Request-ID 140]
[Tape set TAPBAK, volume TAPBAK mounted]
[TAPBAK defined as MT2:]
@DISMOUNT TAPE TAPBAK:
[Tape dismounted, logical name TAPBAK: deleted]