tcl.addbi.apdos Verb: Access/DOS, up.e Command/Update Processor

tcl.addbi.apdos

Command tcl.addbi.apdos Verb: Access/DOS
Applicable release versions: AP/DOS
Category DOS (25)
Description extends the Monitor functionalities by adding new C functions, available to Pick/BASIC.

The "addbi" command adds the specified list of user-defined C-functions to the list of built-in functions that are in the MS-DOS "initfncs.c" file and the Pick "c.builtin" item.

"function.list" is a list of one or more item-id's (separated by spaces) of functions to be added to the existing built-in functions. If "function.list" is omitted, a previously generated select list can be used. (see "select" and the related list-handling verbs).

If "function.list" is omitted and no active list is present, the MS-DOS "initfncs.c" file is rebuilt to match the list of built-in functions. Up to 255 user-defined functions may be added.

Built-in functions are defined in the item "c.builtin" item located in the "dm,messages," file. When invoked, "addbi" updates this item and updates the C module "initfncs.c". When compiled and linked with the supplied mixed language interface object modules, "initfncs.c" creates a customized "PICKCSUP.EXE" executable file.

The added functions can then be called directly from Pick/BASIC. See "c function".
Syntax addbi { function.list }
Options
Example
Purpose
Related tcl.listbi
tcl.rmbi
basic.cfunc
tcl.set-cmem
basic.cfunction
basic.cfunc.user
tcl.addbi.apdos.link

up.e

Command up.e Command/Update Processor
Applicable release versions: AP
Category Update Processor (113)
Description deletes text from the current cursor position to the end of the sentence.

A sentence is defined as a series of words terminated by a period.

If OP commands are contained in a sentence, the system assumes that the period at the beginning of the OP command is the end of the sentence.

As text is deleted, the remaining characters in the paragraph are moved to the left.

An alternate method of deleting one or more sentence involves the use of the cut and paste features. See the (UP) "c" command.
Syntax <ctrl>+e
Options
Example
Purpose
Related tcl.stack.definition
up.commands
up.delete.text
tcl.edit.commands
up.c
up.l
update.processor
up
updte.processor