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Old 04 February 2017, 20:38   #14
idrougge
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Originally Posted by Foebane View Post
I think I did. What are they meant to do, exactly? "Deletable" sounds like it would conflict with "Read-Only" - WTH?
Deletable doesn't conflict with read-only. Delete and write are different things, and sometimes it really makes sense to keep things writable but not deletable, so you may for example sloppily do a "Delete ALL" in RAM: while still keeping your ENV and T intact.

Script bit signifies that a file is a script (DOS or ARexx) and can be called by filename without "Execute" or "RX".

Pure bit is just strange, but I think it's used to signal that a file can be made Resident.

Oh, and Toni mentioned file comments. File comments are splendid.
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