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Old 26 December 2001, 14:58   #34
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My Workbench manual just says that a file's pure bit means the file can be made resident (as you are doing in your examples).

Making a command resident means it lives in memory so that you don't need it's disk when you run the command. What exactly the PURE switch on the resident command is for, I don't know. It is certainly not essential to use the command .
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