REDUCE

Commands and Declarations

A command is an order to the system to do something. Some commands cause visible results (such as calling for input or output); others, usually called declarations, set options, define properties of variables, or define procedures. Commands are formally defined as a statement followed by a terminator

command
::=
statementterminator
terminator
::=
;$

Some REDUCE commands and declarations are described in the following sub-sections.

 6.1 Array Declarations
 6.2 Mode Handling Declarations
 6.3 END
 6.4 BYE Command
 6.5 SHOWTIME Command
 6.6 DEFINE Command