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PIX(1)			  BSD General Commands Manual			PIX(1)

NAME
     pix — Pascal interpreter and executor

SYNOPSIS
     pix [-blnpstuwz] [-i name ...] name.p [argument ...]

DESCRIPTION
     Pix is a `load and go' version of Pascal which combines the functions of
     the interpreter code translator pi and the executor px.  It uses pi to
     translate the program in the file name.p and, if there were no fatal
     errors during translation, causes the resulting interpreter code to be
     executed by px with the specified arguments.  A temporary file is used
     for the object code; the file obj is neither created nor destroyed.

FILES
     /usr/ucb/pi       Pascal translator.
     /usr/ucb/px       Pascal executor.
     /tmp/pix*	       Temporary files.
     /usr/lib/how_pix  Basic explanations.

SEE ALSO
     pi(1), px(1)

     Berkeley Pascal User's Manual.

DIAGNOSTICS
     For a basic explanation do:

	   pix

HISTORY
     The pix command appeared in 3.0BSD.

BSD				 June 6, 1993				   BSD
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