McIDAS User's Guide
Version 2013.1

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Interpreting Bold and Italicized Terms

Actual keyboard entries appear in BOLD type. Type these entries exactly as they appear. Command names, some parameters, all keywords and examples appear in bold. For example:


Variable entries, such as parameters, appear in italics. For example:

HELP command

When you enter commands, use capital letters and leave a space between each term or number in the command line. Replace terms in italics with the appropriate information. In the example above, replace command with the name of the command for which you want to display online help. To get help on the CUR command, enter the command below.

If you want to list the online documentation for command CUR, type:


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