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- n. A shell, a command line interface; usually used with the definite article.
- n. The text prompt presented to the user in a command line interface.
- n. A line of text that is entered at such a prompt.
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- n. commands that a user types in order to run an application
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Declaring Variables in the Assembler Invocation To facilitate the effective use of conditional assembly, A86 allows you to declare boolean (true-false) symbols in the command line that invokes the assembler.