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abs

Command abs Definition/General
Applicable release versions: AP
Category General (155)
Description used to reference "absolute" frames.

These are the frames that do not change, since no data is stored within them.

The "abs" area is where the Pick "virtual" (operating system) code resides.
Syntax
Options
Example
Purpose
Related tcl.absdump
fid
filename.abs
tcl.init-abs
tcl.create-abs
tcl.exec
tcl.mverify
tcl.mload
tcl.verify-system
tcl.:absload
ue.401c
boot.error
multiple.abs.sections

basic.abs

Command basic.abs Function/BASIC Program
Applicable release versions: AP, R83
Category BASIC Program (486)
Description returns the absolute (positive) portion of the integer number derived from the given numeric expression.
Syntax abs(num.expression)
Options
Example
x = -1
y = abs(x)
print y

"y" will be a positive "1".
Purpose
Related basic.statements
basic.num.expression
basic.int
ue.b070
basic.functions

abs

Command abs Definition/General
Applicable release versions: AP
Category General (155)
Description used to reference "absolute" frames.

These are the frames that do not change, since no data is stored within them.

The "abs" area is where the Pick "virtual" (operating system) code resides.
Syntax
Options
Example
Purpose
Related tcl.absdump
fid
filename.abs
tcl.init-abs
tcl.create-abs
tcl.exec
tcl.mverify
tcl.mload
tcl.verify-system
tcl.:absload
ue.401c
boot.error
multiple.abs.sections