|Command||ue.91 User Exit/BASIC Program
Applicable release versions: AP 6.2
|Category||BASIC Program (486)|
|Description||reads and writes Pick shell variables.
The first syntax form returns a list of all active user shell variables (not including their values).
The second syntax form returns the value of a specific variable.
The third syntax form sets the value of a specific variable. Note that unlike the retrieval forms, the user should avoid the "@$" prefix before the variable name. The "^" character indicates an attribute mark.
The fourth syntax form is used to delete a shell variable. As with the third syntax, the user should avoid the "@$" before the variable name. The "]" character indicates a value mark.
This user exit is used by the "set", "unset", and "penv" verbs.