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Input Commands



Commands for Framework interface with the standard input module:  (Issued during talk session with the active input module.)
in[put] add [-[no]v[alidate]] [-[no]c[heck]] <file1> [<file2> ...]
The input add command adds the specified file(s) to the end of the input file list. By default the specified file(s) is immediately validated to check that they exist and are readable by the application. This check may be bypassed for some of the files by use of the -novalidate or -nocheck switches. The checks may be re-established with the -validate or -check switches.
in[put] file [-[no]v[alidate]] [-[no]c[heck]] [<mod3>] <file2> [ <file2> ...] 
The input file command is synonymous with the input add command.
in[put] list
The input list command lists the current input file.
in[put] nosilent
The input nosilent command sets the framework into a mode where the opening and closing of each input file will be echoed on the standard output during the course of the event processing loop controlled by the events command. This is the default.
in[put] remove <file1> [<file2> ...]
The input remove command removes the specified file or files from the input file list.
in[put] silent
The input silent command sets the framework into a mode where the opening and closing of each input file is not echoed to standard output.
in[put] wipe[-out]
The input wipe[-out] command clears the input file list.


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