PUTD - write part of a file to another and delete
- PUTD [target] [filename]
- The PUTD command writes a portion of the current file, defined by target to another file, either explicit or temporary, and then deletes the lines written.
- When no filename is supplied the temporary file used for PUT and GET commands is overwritten.
- When a filename is supplied the portion of the file written out is appended to the specified file.
- If 'CLIP:' is used in place of filename , the portion of the file specified by target is written to the clipboard. This option only available for X11, OS/2 and Win32 ports of THE.
- XEDIT: Compatible.
- KEDIT: Compatible.
- See Also:
- PUT, GET
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