"title" command


View and create the heading line for printouts and files.


title a line of text 


There is a header line at the beginning of every file, to help you identify it in the future. This command sets up what it says. It also sets up a heading for printouts and graphs.

When you use the `get' command to bring in a new circuit, it replaces the title with the one in the file. The `title' command lets you change it, for the next time it is written out.


title This is a test.

Sets the file heading to `This is a test.' In the future, all files written will have `This is a test.' as their first line.


Displays the file heading. In this case, it prints `This is a test.'

gnucap/manual/commands/title.txt · Last modified: 2015/12/11 15:39 (external edit)
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