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Some command arguments are not introduced by special  characters  such
as  slashes  or  double  at signs,  but still are particular words, or
"keywords," having a special meaning to the system.  Give these on the
same line as the command itself, leaving at least one space before and
between arguments.  Certain of these (for example,  the  LOGICAL-NAMES
argument  to  the  INFORMATION  command) are actually composed of more
than one word, joined by hyphens so that the system will not interpret
them  as more than one argument.  If the complete command will not all
fit onto one line,  simply  keep  typing:   the  system  automatically
begins  a  new line when necessary, but interprets the typing as if it
had all appeared on one line.  Or you can end a command  line  at  any
point  with  a  hyphen  (-)  and  a  carriage return, and continue the
command on the next line; the hyphen will not be  considered  part  of
your input.

A few command arguments must be accompanied by special symbols  to  be
interpreted correctly.  Enclose directory names in angle brackets when
using them with the CONNECT or names (for DEFINE), device names  (used
with  ASSIGN),  and  structures  and  tape  sets  (used  with MOUNT or
DISMOUNT) all require a  colon  at  the  end.   (But  note  that  when
supplying  what  look like structure and tape set names to the related
CANCEL command, you are supplying jobnames, and must not  include  the
colon.)  If  you  punctuate a command argument incorrectly, the system
will usually print a message reminding you of this.