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HELP SYSDECLARE                        Revised by Fran Evelyn, July 85


SYSDECLARE takes a word as argument and declares the word as an ordinary
variable. If the variable has not already been declared, the value of
* PRWARNING is applied to the word. The result of this is that a message
is printed on the screen, warning the user that the word is being
declared as a variable. The value of PRWARNING can be changed by the
user to alter the form of warning messages. The default value of
PRWARNING is the procedure * SYSPRWARNING, which prints a message in the
following format:


See REF *VMCODE for full details of POPLOG Virtual Machine procedures.

See also HELP
    *VARS       - on the use and declaration of variables
    *LVARS      - on lexically scoped variables
    *GLOBAL     - on global (non-local) variables