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@ATTACK - @Files

The version of this variable accessible to the user gives a dynamic array of those files currently attached. In actuality @FILES is a dimensioned array with five elements, those elements being dynamic arrays in themselves.

         (1)  Volumes files are on
         (2)  File Names
         (3)  Accounts
         (4)  MFS/BFS chain
         (5)  File variable

In other words, the contents of the FILES file. To examine this array, invoke the debugger and look at @FILES (\@FILES). As another point of interest try EVAL PRINT @FILES(200) at TCL. Note that the value in brackets is treated as a [ ] function rather than an array element! Cannot be amended.

(Volume 2, Issue 2, Page 11)
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