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Data, results and command directories

This section of the initialization file must be present and can be used only once. It begins with the keyword !rep and ends with a line containing a point. Between these two lines are 4 lines, each containing the name of a directory. The first is the directory where the programs and command files understood by the interpreter are stored. The second is the place where results should be stored, and the next 2 are the data directories. The names of these directories are stored in the global variables command_rep, result_rep, data_rep, data_rep2 respectively. Some commands use the directories of commands and results (see 11). The 4 directories can be used by the other commands provided by the user.

Example :

; commands directory
; results directory
; data directory 1
; data directory 2

These directories can be changed with the command setdir (cf. 11).