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The DECATALOG and DELETE-CATALOG commands are used to remove the run-time versions of cataloged jBASE BASIC programs. 

The commands take the general form:

DECATALOG {-d} SourceFilename ProgramName


DELETE-CATALOG {-d} SourceFilename ProgramName

The -d option will delete the object code file. This is the file that either starts with a "$" or ends with ".obj" (Windows) / ".o" (Unix) Alternatively, you can set the DECATALOG_DELETE_OBJECT_CODE environment variable.

The DECATALOG command can be run from an active select list:


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