Compiles a Compatibility Mode BASIC/V program. BASIC/V is not
part of the 900 Series HP 3000 Computer System Fundamental
Operating Software and must be purchased separately. (CM)
commandfile Actual file designator of the input file from which
the compiler commands are read. This can be any
ASCII input file. Formal file designator is BSCTEXT.
Default is $STDINX.
uslfile Actual file designator of the User Subprogram
Library (USL) file to which the object code is
written, which can be any binary output file with
file code of USL or 1024. Its formal file
designator is BSCUSL. If the uslfile parameter is
omitted, the object code is saved to the temporary
file $OLDPASS. If entered, this parameter specifies
that the file was created in one of four ways
o By using the SAVE command to save the default
USL file $OLDPASS, created by a previous compilation.
o By building the USL with the Segmenter command -
BUILDUSL (refer to the MPE Segmenter Reference
o By creating a new USL file with the MPE/iX BUILD
command and a file code of USL or 1024.
o By specifying a nonexistent uslfile parameter,
thereby creating a permanent file of the correct
size and type.
listfile Actual file designator of the file on which the
program listing is written. This can be any ASCII
output file. Formal designator is BSCLIST. Default
The formal file designators used in this command (BSCTEXT, BSCUSL, and
BSCLIST) cannot be backreferenced as actual file designators in the
command parameter list. For further information, refer to the
"IMPLICIT FILE COMMANDS FOR SUBSYSTEMS" discussion of the MPE/iX
This command may be issued from a session, job, or program. It may not
be used in BREAK. Pressing [Break] suspends the execution of this
command. Entering RESUME continues the execution.
The BASICOMP command compiles a program from a "fastsave"
file generated by the BASIC/V interpreter. If you do not
specify a USL file, the BASIC/V compiler stores the object
code in the default system-defined temporary file $OLDPASS,
as shown in the second example, below. You may, however,
build a USL file in the permanent file domain, then direct
the BASIC/V compiler to store the object code in this file by
naming the USL file in the BASICOMP command line. The
first example, below, does this.
To compile the BASIC/V program MYPROG onto the USL named OBJECT, enter
BUILD OBJECT;CODE=USL ** Builds USL file. **
BASICOMP,OBJECT ** Calls BASIC/V compiler; specifies**
** USL named OBJECT. **
$CONTROL USLINIT ** Initializes USL. **
$COMPILE MYPROG ** Compiles fastsave program named **
** MYPROG. **
$EXIT ** Exits from compiler. **
The example above builds the USL file, begins executing the
BASIC/V compiler and specifies the USL named OBJECT, initializes
USL, compiles the fastsave program named MYPROG, and then exits
from the compiler
If you do not choose to build a USL file, the BASICOMP
command compiles your program, storing the object code in
the default USL file $OLDPASS.
BASICOMP ** Runs BASIC/V compiler, accepting commands **
** from $STDINX, and specifying $OLDPASS **
** the USL output and $STDLIST for listing **
** output. **
$COMPILE MYRUN ** Compiles from fastsave file named MYRUN **
** into a USL named $OLDPASS. **
$EXIT ** Exits from BASIC/V compiler. **
The example above begins executing the BASIC/V compiler, accepts
commands from $STDINX and specifies $OLDPASS as the USL output and
$STDLIST for listing output. It compiles from the fastsave file
named MYRUN into a USL named $OLDPASS, and then exits from the
If you now want to run your program, use the PREPRUN command
PREPRUN $OLDPASS ** Prepares and runs program.
Commands: BASIC, BASICGO, BASICPREP
Manuals : BASIC/V Interpreter Manual (32103-90001)
MPE Segmenter Reference Manual (32650-60026)