proc.h Command/PROC

proc.h

Command proc.h Command/PROC
Applicable release versions: AP, R83
Category PROC (92)
Description moves a literal string of characters to the currently active output buffer.

The "<" character is the equivalent of a <return>, and must follow each discrete parameter when moving multiple parameters to the secondary output buffer (following the "ston" command).
Syntax hstring{<}
Options
Example
hlist entity
h name address phone
p

The "h" commands move the strings following them to the end of the 
currently active output buffer.

hget-list invoices
ston
hlist-label invoices cust.name cust.addr custcsz (cip<
h1,3,1,0,30,0,c<
p

The "<" characters in the example are required to separate, or 
"stack", the strings to execute after the list is retrieved.
Purpose
Related proc.ih
proc.ston
proc.a
proc
pob
sob