TOPS-20 Commands Reference Manual
Places an executable program into memory.
@GET (PROGRAM) filespec /switch
|filespec||is the specification of any file containing an executable program.
Default file type - .EXE
specifies the memory section (from 0 to 37 octal) into which your program is to be loaded. You can use this switch only if your program can be contained in one section.
Effect on Memory
The GET command clears any unkept forks, puts the specified program into memory.
|INFORMATION MEMORY-USAGE||for examining the contents of memory|
|KEEP||for making the specified fork a kept fork|
|LOAD||for loading a source or object program into memory|
|MERGE||for putting an executable program into memory without first clearing memory|
|SAVE||for storing a copy of the program in memory in a file in executable format|
|START||for starting the program in the current fork|
- Put an executable program into memory.
- Verify that you have a magnetic tape drive assigned to your job. Get
one of your executable programs, save a copy of it on tape, and then start
@INFORMATION AVAILABLE DEVICES Devices available to this job: DSK, PS, SNARK, MISC, LANG, REL3, DX20, MTA0 LPT, LPT0, LPT1, CDR, PCDR0, CDP, FE0-15 PTY23-61, NUL, PLT, PLT0, DCN, SRV Devices assigned to/opened by this job: MT0, TTY230 @GET TESTF1 @SAVE MT0: MT0:TESTF1 Saved @START THIS IS A TEST. END OF EXECUTION CPU TIME: 0.03 ELAPSED TIME: 0.72 EXIT