There are no other files named nrunof.hlp in the archive.
The command line is of the form:
Switches are of the form:
Switches appear before or after the input or output file names
/BACKSPACE The backspace character is available for doing character
/BOLD:n When bolding overprint "n" times. (0 = /NOBOLD)
/CHANGE:ch use ch (octal or quoted character) as change bar
/CHANGE:0 Suppress change bars
/CONTENTS:file-spec generate table of contents file (extension .BTC)
/DOWN:n MOVE text of each page down n lines
/DEBUG:(k1,k2,...) Include information specified by kn in output file.
/FORMSIZE:n Each page of forms accommodates "n" lines at most.
/HELP Type this text
/INDEX:file-spec generate index file (extension .BIX)
/NOBOLD Suppress bolding
/NOCHANGE Suppress any change bars
/NOUNDERLINE Suppress underlining
/PAGES:r Only output pages in output range
/PAUSE PAUSE between pages
/RIGHT:n Move text of each page to the right n spaces
/SEQUENCE LIST input sequence numbers at left side of output
/SIMULATE Simulate form feeds
/UNDERLINE:NONSPACING underline character does not space
/UNDERLINE:SEPARATE output underlines as separate line
/UNDERLINE:NONE Suppress underlining
/UNDERLINE:ch use ch (octal or quoted character) as underline
/VARIANT:word do variant "word"
/VARIANT:(w1,w2,...wn) do variants w1, w2, ...wn together
Keywords k1...kn for /DEBUG are ALL (means all of the following),
CONTENTS (echo .SEND TOC commands), INDEX (echo index hits) FILES (echo
.REQUIRE commands) and/or CONDITIONALS (ignore all .IF, .IFNOT, .ELSE,
and .ENDIF commands, showing the draft flags)
Filenames are of the form:
The default device is DSK:. The default output name is the same as the
input name. The default output extension is a function of the input
extension as follows:
input ext ... output ext
and if no input extension is supplied only .RNO is tried.
For the .BIX and .BTC files, the default file name is the same as that
of the input file.
For help with the RUNOFF input file, please consult the manual or type
the monitor command ".HELP RUNINP".