This command removes a search path from the search list and all directories below the removed entry are moved up in the list by one position to fill the gap. The number n corresponds to the number in the list produced by PTH_LIST.
Assume the following search list:
0 flp1_ 1 flp1_basic_ 2 flp2_ 3 ram1_
will remove entry 2 (flp2_), entry 3 will become entry 2 so that the new list will be:
0 flp1_ 1 flp1_basic_ 2 ram1_
The search list can be totally cleaned up with the following little procedure PTH_CLEAR:
10 DEFine PROCedure PTH_CLEAR 20 REPeat clean_up 30 IF PTH$(0)="" THEN EXIT clean_up 40 PTH_RMV 0 50 END REPeat clean_up 60 END DEFine PTH_CLEAR
Other ‘PTH_XXX’ keywords starting at PTH_ADD!