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Syntax: INPUT filename

The INPUT command instructs SABRE to take input from the file specified in filename rather than from the previous input source. The file will in general consist of a sequence of SABRE commands; one on each line. On reaching the end of the input file, control will be returned to the terminal. It provides a convenient way of inputting the data and variable definitions into SABRE before returning control to the interactive session for subsequent model fitting.

Note that in Windows, unless the input file is located in the same directory as the SABRE executable, then full path names must be supplied.

There is no program control stack in SABRE. Further INPUT commands may be included in the input file, but control will be returned to the terminal, not to the previous file, when end of file is reached.

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