Documentation

Functions

The functions and variables have unique titles described by fully qualified names that indicate a logical hierarchy.

Shell has a number of functions and variables built into it that are always available. They are listed here in alphabetical order.

if

Conditionally executes another statement.

Syntax

if(condition-expression)

if(condition-expression, true-expression)

if(condition-expression, true-expression, false-expression)
null

Returns a null value.

Syntax

null(expression)

quote

Returns text with a double quotation mark.

Syntax

quote(expression)
char

Returns the value of the numeric parameter to a character.

Syntax

char(numeric-expression)
var

Returns the value of the passed variable

Syntax

var(expression)
tohex

Converting the value of the passed numeric expression to hexadecimal string.

Syntax

tohex(numeric-expression)
equal

Returns true if the parameters passed are equal.

Syntax

equal(expression-1, expression-2)
not

Returns true if the parameters passed are not equal.

Syntax

not(expression-1, expression-2)
greater

Returns true if the first parameter is greater than the second parameter.

Syntax

greater(expression-1, expression-2)
less

Returns true if the first parameter is less than the second parameter.

Syntax

less(expression-1, expression-2)
shl

bitwise left shift.

Syntax

shl(shift-expression, additive-expression)
shr

bitwise right shift.

Syntax

shr(shift-expression, additive-expression)
cmd visibility enumerations

The flags that specify how an application is to be displayed when it is opened.

cmd.hidden
cmd.show
cmd.visible
cmd.normal
cmd.maximized
cmd.minimized
Selection mode enumerations

Syntax

mode.none
mode.single
mode.multiple
mode.multiunique
mode.multisingle
mode.multi
Selection type enumerations

Syntax

type.desktop
type.directory(dir)
type.drive
type.dvd
type.file
type.fixed
type.namespace
type.remote
type.unknown
type.usb
type.vhd
Keywords
null
bool
true
false
auto
none
default
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