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Whenever you type a question mark (?) instead of (or even in the
middle of) a TOPS-20 command or command argument, the system responds
with instructions or a list of possible completions. By using
question marks and recognition when you are unsure of the proper
command or argument, you can have the system help you during your
For TOPS-20 Version 7, new functionality has been added to make the
question mark feature more useful. More possible completions and
choices are now listed. In addition to possible command names listed
in response to a question mark, the system also displays possible
filenames from the system (SYS:) directory. For example:
@L ? Command, one of the following
or system program name
Where the LOGIN and LOGOUT that appear after "or system program name"
are files from the system directory that start with L.
The functionality of the question mark feature has been expanded for
file specifications also. Question mark lists possible file names,
extenstions (including nulls), and file version numbers. For example:
@DIRECTORY E? FILE NAME
@DIRECTORY EMACS.? FILE NAME
@DIRECTORY EMACS.INIT.? FILE NAME