Navigating INFO: Using INFO with AML
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AML is a type of variable substitution, with AML variables set as arguments or by directives. A stored value is substituted for variable name. Variable values are substituted and embedded into the INFO program code. Variables are passed to INFO through the CALC command, the MOVE command, or as a response to ACCEPT or other prompt. AML checks to see if files or programs exist, and the sets a variable to .TRUE. Or .FALSE. It is used to decide what to do in INFO. Comment Lines are passed to INFO as blank lines. AML uses REM inside INFO data blocks, and document lines intentionally left blank
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