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fmli



fmli

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options

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files

Invoke the Form and Menu Language Interpreter and open files . By convention, each filename must be of the form Menu. string , Form. string , or Text. string , depending on the type of object being opened.

Options

-a afile

Load the list of pathname aliases specified in the file afile . Entries have the form alias = pathname . Once this file is loaded, you can use the shorthand notation $ alias to refer to a long pathname.

-c cfile

Load the list of command aliases specified in the file cfile . This file allows you to modify the default behavior of FMLI commands or create new commands.

-i ifile

Load file ifile , which specifies startup features such as the introductory frame, banner information, screen colors, and labels.


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