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A disk filename has three parts: name, extension and directory.  The name
is 1 to 6 characters; the extension is 0 to 3 characters.  The directory
name is in two parts, the project name and the programmer name, each of
which is 1 to 3 characters.  Filenames are usually written like this:

Normally the extension of a file is chosen from a set of standard
extensions indicating what kind of file it is.  Type HELP EXT for a list
of some of these standard extensions.

Commands to manipulate files:

TYPE <file>	     types a file on the user's terminal
DELETE <file>	     deletes the specified file
DIRECTORY	     types the names of all of the user's files
DIRECTORY [PRJ,PRG]  types the names of some other user's files
DOVER <file>	     makes a listing of the file on the Dover printer

Commands to find status of open files:

FILES <job number>   gives files for specified job (0 means yourself)
FILES <file>	     gives references (all jobs) to specified file
FILES		     continues uncompleted prior FILES command, if
			any, else does a FILES 0 (your own files).

If a file list is too long for FILES to print all of it at one time, "..."
is printed after the first part of the list and a FILES command with no
argument will continue printing the list.