The decatalog command removes the compiled BASIC or FlashBASIC object code of the specified items from the dictionary of the specified file, and removes the corresponding command entry (or entries) from the master dictionary of the current account.
The define-up BASIC program provides a front-end for defining a keyboard for the Update processor. It builds a keyboard item that is used by the set-imap program to translate the keyboard keys entered into Update processor commands. It automatically detects whether the keyboard needs the extended character set enabled. After filing the item in the define-up program, then execute a set-imap terminal-name (c command to put the new translations into effect.
The delete-list command removes a list previously saved with a save-list command. This command deletes a list from a specified file name, otherwise it defaults to the pointer-file file. If no list name is provided, the default list name, %user-ID, is deleted.
The deoptimize command removes the flash-compiled object code from the object code item, leaving the non-flash object code. This command may be used at a select prompt to deoptimize a select group of programs.
The dev-det BASIC program detaches the port currently attached from the current process. The user gives up exclusive ownership of the port previously attached by the dev-att command and makes the port available to other users.
The dev-make BASIC program adds an entity to the system. This command is normally used to add devices to the system. The most common usage is to create a serial device to be used with the BASIC get and send statements, even if there is no D3 process connected to the device.
The dev-remov BASIC program removes a specific device from the system. This command is not allowed to remove special devices, such as the BB (byte bucket) or the CO (Console). Additionally, the dev-remov command prevents the removal of tape devices that are already attached or if a higher device number is already attached.