COM Subroutine: Passes a class identifier and returns a pointer to the interface of a currently active object.
COM Subroutine: Passes a programmatic identifier and returns a pointer to the IDispatch interface of a currently active object.
COM Subroutine: Passes a file name and returns a pointer to the IDispatch interface of an automation object that can manipulate the file.
COM Subroutine: Initializes the COM library.
COM Function: Determines whether two globally unique identifiers (GUIDs) are the same.
Inquiry Intrinsic Function (Generic): Returns the number of command arguments.
Run-Time Function: Forces the operating system to execute any pending write operations for the file associated with a specified unit to the file's physical device.
Statement: Defines one or more contiguous areas, or blocks, of physical storage (called common blocks) that can be accessed by any of the scoping units in an executable program. COMMON statements also define the order in which variables and arrays are stored in each common block, which can prevent misaligned data items.
Statement: Specifies the COMPLEX data type.
Portability Functions: Return a BIT-WISE complement or logical .NOT. of the argument.