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Variable text style

Variable text means "user-supplied"

Sometimes, you need a way to set off text that's generic when you explain it, but will be particular when a user actually substitutes a real value:

When you use the DOS COPY command the syntax is
COPY filename

Thus, if you wanted to copy the file named "FOO.BAR" you would enter the string:
COPY FOO.BAR


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