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All ARexx programs are started by the resident process. The resident process creates a new process, loads the ARexx program into the new process, and invokes the ARexx interpreter. Besides keeping track of all currently-executing programs, the resident process also manages ARexx resources, including the Clip List and the Library List, both described in a later section. Note that the resident process is also an ARexx host application, a program that can send and receive ARexx messages. Finding the Resident Process On the typical Amiga system the ARexx resident process is always active, launched from within the system startup file using the rexxmast command.

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It is especially useful as a scripting language which allows you to control and modify applications and to direct how they interact with each other.

This manual introduces you to ARexx, tells you how to create ARexx programs and provides a reference section of ARexx commands. Chapter 1. Introducing ARexx This chapter gives an overview of ARexx, how it works on the Amiga, and the basic features of the programming language.

Chapter 2. Getting Started This chapter tells you where to store your ARexx programs, how to execute an ARexx program, and provides several programming examples. Chapter 3. Elements of ARexx This chapter details the rules and concepts that make up the ARexx programming language. Chapter 4. Instructions This chapter contains an alphabetical listing of ARexx instructions, which are language statements that dictate an action.

Chapter 5. Functions This chapter describes the use of functions, which are program statements used by ARexx, and provides an alphabetical listing of the built-in ARexx functions.

Chapter 6. Debugging This chapter focuses on the source-level debugging features used in the development and testing of programs. Chapter 7. Parsing This chapter explains how to extract patterns of information from strings. Chapter 8. Chapter 9. Sounds This chapter explains how to record and play sounds. Chapter Printing This chapter explains how to print.

Serial and parallel ports This chapter explains how to receive and send data through the serial and parallel ports. Network resources This chapter explains how you can connect to a remote server and exchange data with it. Appendix A. Error Messages This appendix lists the ARexx error messages. Appendix B.

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It is especially useful as a scripting language which allows you to control and modify applications and to direct how they interact with each other. This manual introduces you to ARexx, tells you how to create ARexx programs and provides a reference section of ARexx commands. Chapter 1. Introducing ARexx This chapter gives an overview of ARexx, how it works on the Amiga, and the basic features of the programming language. Chapter 2. Getting Started This chapter tells you where to store your ARexx programs, how to execute an ARexx program, and provides several programming examples. Chapter 3.

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All rights reserved. It is especially useful as a scripting language which allows you to control and modify applications and to direct how they interact with each other. This manual introduces you to ARexx, tells you how to create ARexx programs and provides a reference section of ARexx commands. Chapter 1. Introducing ARexx This chapter gives an overview of ARexx, how it works on the Amiga, and the basic features of the programming language. Chapter 2.

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