Q51622: mgreplist Incorrectly Documented As megreplist in Example
Article: Q51622 Product(s): See article Version(s): 1.02 Operating System(s): MS-DOS Keyword(s): ENDUSER | docerr | mspl13_basic Last Modified: 15-MAR-1990 The examples given on Pages 180 and 181 of the FORTRAN "Microsoft Editor User's Guide" incorrectly identifies the megreplist command as mgreplist. The documentation shows the following: megreplist:="DATA.FIL *.FOR $INCLUDE:*.H" This should be the following: mgreplist:="DATA.FIL *.FOR $INCLUDE:*.H" The megreplist macro does not exist and should be changed to mgreplist. The example above sets mgreplist to a series of files to be searched when Mgrep is called. If the textarg string (specified as an argument to Mgrep) is found in any of these files, the instance will be reported in the pseudo file <compile>. All succeeding calls to Mgrep will reset this file. The following are the files that are searched in the above example: 1. DATA.FIL. 2. Any file in the current directory with a .FOR extension. 3. Any file along the INCLUDE environment variable path with a .H extension.
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