Applicable release versions: AP
|Description||created using the "s" option with the "select" or "sselect" command. Its sole purpose and only real use is during compares and copies.
An example use of a "secondary" list is as follows:
1) Create the primary list.
2) Create the secondary list (using the "s" option).
3) Invoke the "copy" or "compare" command.
4) When the system prompts "to:", enter the filename, (preceded by a left parenthesis). The secondary list takes over and is used for output and comparison ids.
A secondary list may be created to use as the "target" for a list of item-id's in the "source" or "active" list.
The "end" command may be used to "deactivate" an active or secondary list. See "end" for more information on the "double whammy" effect.
The following commands compare two files containing Pick/BASIC program source. sselect bp by mod.date  75 items selected out of 75 items. sselect old.bp with mod.date (s  75 items selected out of 75 items. compare bp with:(oldbp This program copies items in the entity file to a work file using the "item-id"s kept in the list, "targets". sselect entity by zip  1600 items selected out of 1600 items. gl targets (s  1600 items selected. copy entity to:(work