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This manual is part of Micro Focus Dialog System. It describes the features, applications and use of the Dialog System Character Mode Definition and Run-time software for Windows and UNIX environments.
Using this manual, the reader should be able to understand the purpose and capabilities of Dialog System, and use it to prototype, test, integrate and run a user interface.
Readers are expected to be familiar with the general concepts of business computing.
The notation used to describe the format of command lines is as follows:
Where examples showing environment variables do not specifyically show them being exported to the shell, it is treated as implicit that envionment variables are exported.