The watch command executes and re-executes a TCL command continuously until the user cancels the execution by pressing a key. The output of the first page of the specified TCL command is displayed on the screen continuously.
The wheres BASIC program performs a variety of functions depending on the options or parameters provided, and displays a more readable form of the where command, including the user-ID, the account name, and the last command entered.
The which-line command puts the current port number into the Proc primary input buffer. This was used by the old Proc-version of power-off, which has subsequently been replaced by a FlashBASIC program.