You can RENAME FILE.EXT/PR1,FIL2.EX2/PR2 but you can't do this from Disk to Disk
You can COPY FILEDESCRIPTOR,FILEDESCRIPTOR leaving out the V(olume) and PRI currently set, for the appropriate file, and this works DISK>DISK. You can leave the DISKs off if both files are on the same disk. You have to delete the old FILEDESCRIPTOR otherwise you will have two copies of the file.
To analyse a strange magnetic tape MTANAL MAG1: (or 2)
To copy from a magnetic tape which you have just MTANAL-ed:
COPY MAG1:,FILE.EXT,RECL=xx,NF=1,SKIP=yy (default 0) If you don't want to SKIP omit this descriptor entirely SKIP=0 gives you an error NF=ALL copies the whole tape into the file specified
COMPILE, FORTRAN AND LINK
To Compile a FORTRAN Program and display the process on the Terminal
You don't need the .FTN File extension. You can direct the output to the printer by
or if you are confident you can omit the output altogether.
Exactly the same applies to LINKing
If you have several files to LINK you can put them in a FILE.LNK file and the LINK will find this file without further instruction. After successful compile and link then