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Creates a merged cross-reference listing from one or more data files.
The data files are created via the BLISS/MASTER-CROSS-REFERENCE
qualifier. The data files have the default file type CRF.
Where "file-spec[,...]" specifies one or more data files to be included
in the merged cross-reference listing.
Wild cards are not allowed in the file-spec's.
If you have a lot of input files, then you can append the files
together and use that appendation as input to the BCREF command.
Qualifiers appear below:
/HEADER (D) Specifies whether or not BCREF should include
/NOHEADER page headers in the listing file. By default,
page headers are included.
/LOG (D) Indicates whether or not the BCREF should print
/NOLOG messages describing the progress of the listing
production. These messages go to the primary
output device. By default, messages are put out.
/MULTIPLE Indicates whether or not the merged cross-reference
/NOMULTIPLE (D) listing should include multiple references to a
given symbol with the same reference type and line
number. By default, multiple references with the
same type and line number are excluded from the
/OUTPUT[=file-spec] Provides a file specification for the output listing
file. By default, BCREF creates an output file with
the same file name as the first input file and a
file type of LST.
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