There are no other files named reenter.hlp in the archive.
The REENTER command starts the current fork at its alternate entry
The REENTER command starts your program at the address
specified by the second word in the program's entry vector.
For most programs this address is contained in location 124.
Usually the REENTER and START commands start the program at
the same point, but another re-entry point can be provided
to avoid initialization procedures, perform error recovery,
or to use the program in a different way.
For more information about entry vectors, see the TOPS-20
Monitor Calls Reference Manual.
GET for placing an executable program in memory
LOAD for loading a source or object program into memory
START for entering a program at its normal entry point
1. Give the REENTER command for your current program.
2. Begin running a program, then give a CTRL/C to leave it and
obtain a file. Resume execution of the program at the
alternate entry point.
PS:<P.SPECCINI>USR.FIL.1 => USR.FIL.1 [OK]