These routines deal with running LUX, and with variables independent from their data contents.
Specify running in batch mode.
Entering calculator mode.
Compile a string into a block routine.
Specify a default value for a variable.
Delete a variable’s data contents.
Generate an error with a user-defined message.
Evaluate a string as LUX code.
Execute a string as LUX code.
Exit the LUX program.
Ignore - do not execute - subsequent LUX code until a matching RESUME.
Do not echo code to be compiled.
No operation (for debugging purposes).
Quit the LUX program.
Restart the LUX program.
Cancel the matching earlier IGNORE.
Return from a user-defined subroutine or function.
Set various aspects of the LUX session.
Switch the identity of two variables.
Returns the symbol with the indicated name.
Returns a temporary copy of the argument.
Set the user’s library (will be phased out).
Wait a particular number of seconds.
Completely remove a variable.