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 NETERR()        Determine if a network command has failed
 NETNAME()       Return the current workstation identification
 NEXTKEY()       Read the pending key in the keyboard buffer
 NOSNOW()        Toggle snow suppression
 ORDBAGEXT()     Return the default order bag RDD extension
 ORDBAGNAME()    Return the order bag name of a specific order
 ORDCOND()       Specify conditions for ordering
 ORDCONDSET()    Set the condition and scope for an order
 ORDCREATE()     Create an order in an order bag
 ORDDESCEND()    Return and optionally change the descending flag of an order
 ORDDESTROY()    Remove a specified order from an order bag
 ORDFOR()        Return the FOR expression of an order
 ORDISUNIQUE()   Return the status of the unique flag for a given order
 ORDKEY()        Return the key expression of an order
 ORDKEYADD()     Add a key to a custom built order
 ORDKEYCOUNT()   Return the number of keys in an order
 ORDKEYDEL()     Delete a key from a custom built order
 ORDKEYGOTO()    Move to a record specified by its logical record number
 ORDKEYNO()      Get the logical record number of the current record
 ORDKEYVAL()     Get key value of the current record from controlling order
 ORDLISTADD()    Add orders to the order list
 ORDLISTCLEAR()  Clear the current order list
 ORDLISTREBUI()  Rebuild all orders in the order list of the current work area
 ORDNAME()       Return the name of an order in the order list
 ORDNUMBER()     Return the position of an order in the current order list
 ORDSCOPE()      Set or clear the boundaries for scoping key values
 ORDSETFOCUS()   Set focus to an order in an order list
 ORDSETRELAT()   Relate a specified work
 ORDSKIPUNIQUE() Move record pointer to the next or previous unique key
 OS()            Return the operating system name
 OUTERR()        Write a list of values to the standard error device
 OUTSTD()        Write a list of values to the standard output device
 PAD()           Pad character, date, and numeric values with a fill character
 PCOL()          Return the current column position of the printhead
 PCOUNT()        Determine the position of the last actual parameter passed
 PROCLINE()      Return source line number of current or previous activation
 PROCNAME()      Return name of the current or previous procedure or function
 PROW()          Return the current row position of the printhead
 QOUT()          Display a list of expressions to the console
 RAT()           Return the position of the last occurrence of a substring
 RDDLIST()       Return an array of the RDDs
 RDDNAME()       Return name of RDD active in current or specified work area
 RDDSETDEFAULT() Set or return the default RDD for the application
 READEXIT()      Toggle Up arrow and Down arrow as READ exit keys
 READFORMAT()    Return and optionally set code block to implement format file
 READINSERT()    Toggle the current insert mode for READ and MEMOEDIT()
 READKEY()*      Determine what key terminated a READ
 READKILL()      Return and optionally set whether current READ can be exited
 READMODAL()     Activate a full-screen editing mode for a GetList
 READUPDATED()   Determine whether any GET variables changed during a READ
 READVAR()       Return the current GET/MENU variable name
 RECCOUNT()*     Determine the number of records in the current database file
 RECNO()         Return the identity at the position of the record pointer
 RECSIZE()       Determine the record length of a database (.dbf) file
 REPLICATE()     Return a string repeated a specified number of times
 RESTSCREEN()    Display a saved screen region to a specified location
 RIGHT()         Return a substring beginning with the rightmost character
 RLOCK()         Lock the current record in the active work area
 ROUND()         Return a numeric value rounded to a specified number of digits
 ROW()           Return the screen row position of the cursor
 RTRIM()         Remove trailing spaces from a character string
 SAVESCREEN()    Save a screen region for later display
 SCROLL()        Scroll a screen region up or down, right or left
 SECONDS()       Return the number of seconds elapsed since midnight
 SELECT()        Determine the work area number of a specified alias
 SET()           Inspect or change a system setting
 SETBLINK()      Toggle * interpretation between blinking/background intensity
 SETCANCEL()     Toggle Alt+C and Ctrl+Break as program termination keys
 SETCOLOR()      Return the current colors and optionally set new colors
 SETCURSOR()     Set the cursor shape
 SETKEY()        Assign an action block to a key
 SETMODE()       Change display mode to a specified number of rows and columns
 SETPOS()        Move the cursor to a new position
 SETPRC()        Set PROW() and PCOL() values
 SOUNDEX()       Convert a character string to "soundex" form
 SPACE()         Return a string of spaces
 SQRT()          Return the square root of a positive number
 STR()           Convert a numeric expression to a character string
 STRTRAN()       Search and replace characters within a string or memo field
 STUFF()         Delete and insert characters in a string
 SUBSTR()        Extract a substring from a character string
 TIME()          Return the system time
 TONE()          Sound a speaker tone for a specified frequency and duration
 TRANSFORM()     Convert any value into a formatted character string
 TRIM()          Remove trailing spaces from a character string
 TYPE()          Determine the type of an expression
 UPDATED()       Determine whether a GET changed during a READ
 UPPER()         Convert lowercase characters to uppercase
 USED()          Determine whether a database file is in USE
 VAL()           Convert a character number to numeric type
 VALTYPE()       Determine the data type returned by an expression
 VERSION()       Returns CA-Clipper version
 WORD()*         Convert CALL command numeric parameters from double to int
 YEAR()          Convert a date value to the year as a numeric value

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