But you may have sensitive variables which should be protected against
unintensionally owerwriting them in this way (not
against overwriting by the Filer or by using the STO key since these
actions need preparation and will unlikely be carried out
You may protect those variables with PRTCT. It can be used directly, or
better assign it to the VAR key (after putting a TakeOver on the name
or its content).
The list of files intended to be protected has to be
in the variable ¶, symbol number
This symbol is rarely used elsewhere.
PRTCT highlightens the variables
from ¶ and prevents them from being unintensionally overwritten with a key
on leftshift and the corresponding softkey.
¶ may be empty in which
variable is protected. The same holds if the variable ¶ doesn't exist
There may be different ¶-lists in different
other words, PRTCT works context-sensitive.