This file stores operating system-specific code. Since the code to invoke some operating system utilities that FileMan uses varies among operating systems, code to perform these utilities is stored in and executed from this file. During the FileMan INIT process an operating system is selected so that FileMan knows which entry to use from this file.
.01name0;1FREE TEXTBName of a MUMPS operating system that is supported by VA FileMan.
1break logic(+)1;E1,250FREE TEXTMUMPS code to enable terminal break, i.e., to allow the user to interrupt processing with .
2global length (max)(+)0;3NUMERICMaximum allowable length of a global.
3routine size (max)(+)0;4NUMERICMaximum allowable size of a routine.
4closing principal device0;5SET OF CODES1:ALLOWED
Is closing a job's principal device allowed?
5new command0;6SET OF CODES1:SUPPORTED
Is the NEW command supported?
7individual subscript length0;7NUMERICMaximum length of an individual subscript.
8save symbol table8;E1,250FREE TEXTMUMPS code that saves the contents of the local symbol table.
419minimum safe $s0;2NUMERICThe minimum value for $S that will allow routines to process successfully.
1820routine existence test18;E1,250FREE TEXTMUMPS code that tests for the existence of a routine.
2425set $x & $y from 'iox' & 'ioy'XY;E1,250FREE TEXTMUMPS code to XECUTE to move the position of the cursor to the position specified by the variables IOX and IOY.
2619zsave codeZS;E1,250FREE TEXTMUMPS code that will save a routine to disk. The name of the routine must be in variable X. The source code of the routine should be stored in ^UTLITY($J,0,%Y). Each node of the array will become a line of the routine.
190416write from sdpSDP;E1,250FREE TEXTMUMPS code that READs data from SDP and WRITEs it to a device. The $I value of the SDP device should be in variable DIO and the $I value for the output device in IO. The DLP variable should contain the open parameters of the SDP device.
190416.1find sdp endSDPEND;E1,250FREE TEXTMUMPS code that tests for the end of SDP.

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