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command

Command command Definition/General
Applicable release versions: AP, R83
Category General (155)
Description is used to indicate a stored procedure which is inherent to one of the processors in Pick.

For example, "de", is a valid command in the Pick/BASIC Debugger and "who" is a TCL command.

"command" and "verb" are essentially the same thing when used in reference to TCL. For example, "who" is both a "verb" as well as a "command". Not all "verbs" are "verbs" by definition, but they are all commands.
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Related tcl2.verbs
verb
proc
tcl.introduction
tcl.edit.commands
filename.tcl-stack
basic

command

Command command Definition/General
Applicable release versions: AP, R83
Category General (155)
Description is used to indicate a stored procedure which is inherent to one of the processors in Pick.

For example, "de", is a valid command in the Pick/BASIC Debugger and "who" is a TCL command.

"command" and "verb" are essentially the same thing when used in reference to TCL. For example, "who" is both a "verb" as well as a "command". Not all "verbs" are "verbs" by definition, but they are all commands.
Syntax
Options
Example
Purpose
Related tcl2.verbs
verb
proc
tcl.introduction
tcl.edit.commands
filename.tcl-stack
basic