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Topic       : Pure C Documentation
Author      : John Kormylo
Version     : PC.HYP 1.1
Subject     : Documentation/Pure C
Nodes       : 193
Index Size  : 5414
HCP-Version : 3
Compiled on : Atari
@charset    : atarist
@lang       : en
@default    : 
@help       : Help
@options    : +g -i -s +x +z -t4
@width      : 75
View Ref-File[ Help Compiler - keywords ]

The 'screen( )' command argument list consists are one or more
keyword definition separated by commas and/or blanks.  Each keyword
definition can be of the form:


The 'sensitive( )' and 'capsensitive( )' functions are used to define
context sensitive keywords.  While ordinary help keywords can be used
to link help screens together, context dependent keywords can also be
used to bring up a help screen from an edit window by pressing the
Help key, or to link screens from different help files.

Keywords defined by 'sensitive( )' can be either upper or lower case,
or any combination thereof, so that 'sensitive("text")' would respond
to 'text', 'TEXT' or even 'TeXt'.  They will appear in the Index in
upper case.

Keywords defined by 'capsensitive( )' must match exactly.

All keywords defined by a 'screen( )' command will appear in the
Index, as opposed to aliases used by the \link( ) \# command.

Keywords 'Version', 'Index', 'A..' through 'Z..', and 'Other'
are generated by HC.TTP (after patch) and cannot be redefined.

PC.PRG uses context sensitive keywords 'Menu', 'Editor', 'C Language',
'Libraries', 'Options' and 'Assembler' to implement the Help drop-down
menu.  These CAN be redefined and intercepted by USR.HLP