Re: Who in interpreter.c

From: Daniel Koepke (dkoepke@CALIFORNIA.COM)
Date: 08/30/98

On Fri, 28 Aug 1998, Del Minturn wrote:

> I know not why the command "whine" (being not in interpreter.c directly
> executes before "who" in bpl14 or higher. I normally do the command "wh"
> for a who. I don't know how many others type wh instead of who, but I
> moved the who in interpreter.c just after the directions and wh now
> shows who instead of whine.

You must have changed the position of "whine"; since "who" is the first
'wh' command in the list in stock bpl14.

> Is there a reason why socials end up displaying before interpreter.c
> commands?

Must be something you did.


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