9.10 Execute
9.10 Execute
The execute command causes a specified text file to be executed as a
FunnelWeb shellscript. The first argument is the name of the script file. The
remaining arguments are assigned to the substitution variables $1, $2, ...,
$9. Substitution variables in the range $1 to $9 that do not correspond to an
argument are set to the empty string "". $0 is set to the empty string
regardless. The execute command can be used recursively, allowing shell
scripts to invoke each other. A file extension default of "
(FunnelWeb Script) applies to script files.
1 Introduction
2 Interface
Syntax  :
3 Scanner
   execute = "execute" s filename {argument_string}
4 Parser
5 Analyser
   execute megatest.fws /usr/users/ross/fwtest !
6 Tangle
   execute sloth
7 Weave
The first example above will result in the following substitution variable
8 Shell
9 Commands
10 Glossary
$0 = ""
11 References
$1 = "/usr/users/ross/fwtest"
$2 = "!"
$3 = ""
$9 = ""
It should be stressed that there are no local variables in the FunnelWeb
command language; the variables above are globally modified.
The execute command was added to allow the creation of sub scripts to test
FunnelWeb in particular ways.
Copyright   Ross N. Williams 1992,1999. All rights reserved.
http://www.ross.net/funnelweb/reference/commands_execute.html [3/3/2000 10:44:49 PM]

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