A GCIL code file is composed of a list of segments. Each segment can be split into to parts, each taking up one line in the file:

  1. The command: The command to be executed, and
  2. The argument list: A list of argument to pass to the command. The arguments should be separated by pipe lines, commas, or spaces.

Example

read
C:\file.dat|0
write
C:\file2.dat|0
In this example, read and write are commands, and C:\file.dat, 0, C:\file2.dat, and 0 are the arguments.

Last edited Jun 22, 2012 at 11:40 AM by nmertin, version 1

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