Delila Program: test

test program

Documentation for the test program is below, with links to related programs in the "see also" section.

{version = 1.02; (* of test.p 2000 Mar 13}

(* begin module describe.test *)
(*
name
   test: a test program

synopsis
   test(output: out)

files
   output: messages to the user

description

   This is a simple test program to see that one can compile and run a Pascal
   program.  If you can get this program to say 'Hello there!', then your
   compiler is at least running.  If you CAN'T do this, then you can't
   proceed with transporting any other Delila programs.

examples

documentation

see also

  http://www.lecb.ncifcrf.gov/~toms/delila.html

author
  Dr. Thomas D. Schneider
  National Cancer Institute
  Laboratory of Experimental and Computational Biology
  Frederick, Maryland  21702-1201
  toms@ncifcrf.gov
  permanent email: toms@alum.mit.edu
  http://www.lecb.ncifcrf.gov/~toms/

bugs

technical notes

  Under a Unix operating system there can be a Unix program called 'test'.
  If so, and if you do not have your path set to pass through your current
  directory, then when you run this program nothing will happen.  To see if
  this is the case, try:

     which test

  If you get something like

     /bin/test

  that's the problem.  To force unix to use the file in the current
  directory, try this:

     ./test

  Finally, to fix the problem so that you always use the current
  directory, add this to your ~/.cshrc file:

     set path = (. $path)

*)
(* end module describe.test *)
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