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Topic       : Pure C Documentation
Author      : John Kormylo
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Subject     : Documentation/Pure C
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View Ref-File[ File Selector ]

The small window displays a list of folders and files (which match the
current extension) found in the current folder.  The selected file or
folder is shown in reverse video (white letters on black background).
One can select a file or folder by clicking it with the mouse, or by
using the ⇧ and ⇩ keys and pressing RETURN, or by typing in the name.

Double clicking a file name will 'Open' the file (see below).
Double clicking a folder name will display its contents.

Clicking the '☐' (close icon) will back up to the parent folder.

One can select a new drive by clicking a button on the left
(labelled 'A:', 'B:', etc.).

One can change the extension by clicking a button in the middle
(labelled '*.*', '*.C', etc.).

'Open'       displays the selected folder or uses the selected file
             for the calling function.

'New'        creates an new file to be used for the calling function.
             Another dialog box will appear to enter the new name.

'Cancel'     returns without perform the calling function.

Calling functions include Open .C, Print, Save as..., Compile...,
Assemble..., Execute..., Select..., and Load...

The remaining buttons have nothing to do with the calling function:

'New Folder' creates a new folder within the current folder.
'Delete'     deletes the selected file.
'Touch'      changes the file's creation time/date to the current
              time/date.  (See also Make ''.)
'Copy'       copies the file.  Another dialog box will appear to
              enter the new file name.  (Will not change folders.)
'Info'       displays the size, date, time, and write protection
              status of a file.  One can also use this button to
              rename the file or change its status.