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The file handling commands present a view of the disk as:-
The current image can always be referred to as IMAGE and the GLANCE file as GFILE. A set of variables Rn, Sn and Tn can be used as shorthand to refer to RUN, STORE and TEMPorary files. For example R1 is RUN 1. GFILE is the same as R0, where filename is SYS:DETOBS.000.
Adam:> ADD GFILE R1 T1
adds the glance file to RUN 1 and stores the result in TEMP 1.
QFILES or PRINT IMAGE will always give the name of the current image, and IMAGE = < val> will alter the current image. For example to make the current image the first STORE file:-
The command CCDINIT (Section 2.2) restores the GLANCE file if it is accidentally deleted.