- In the case of programs run under
DOS, the exit() status can be accessed
via the errorlevel parameter in the DOS if
command - though this is normally only used in batch
- In general, the terms character and byte can be regarded as almost
- When running a program under MS-Windows,
this corresponds to the MS-DOS window within which
the program is being run.
- Incidentally, when input is being taken from the
keyboard, under DOS, the special key combination
CTRL-Z, followed by Enter, is normally used to signal
end of file.
- y is always of
type double; but it can have
an integer value, e.g. 4.0.
Fri Mar 29 14:35:38 GMT 1996