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From: LINEABOVE on 11 Oct 2006 01:14
John H Meyers wrote:
> On Mon, 09 Oct 2006 09:27:49 -0500, LINEABOVE wrote:
> SYSEVAL allows you to make use of any of the thousands
> of additional internal OS functions within any UserRPL program;
> it allows you to write a program almost entirely in UserRPL,
> but to call some otherwise unavailable internal OS function
> when you find that no UserRPL function comes close enough
> to what you want to do.
Now I understand.
I was under the impression that using SYSEVAL was just another way to
write a program (gaining speed). It did not occur to me that you were
actually accessing additional functions and/or being able to things
that USR RPL could not do.
Thank you for the explanation.