Using the MultiValue Shell
You can use the MultiValue shell to do all of the following:
Execute MultiValue Commands.
Execute MultiValue Queries.
Compile and execute MVBasic routines.
Execute MVBasic Commands.
Execute ObjectScript Commands.
To execute an MVBasic command directly in the shell, precede the command with a semicolon and a space, for example:
USER: ; PRINT "HELLO, WORLD!" HELLO, WORLD!
To execute an ObjectScript command directly in the shell, precede the command with COS, for example:
USER:COS WRITE "HELLO,WORLD!" HELLO,WORLD!
The remainder of this part of the tutorial demonstrates the use of each of the remaining capabilities on the above list.
To learn more about the MultiValue Shell and to see more examples of its use, read Using the MultiValue Features of Caché and Notes on the MV Shell in Operational Differences between MultiValue and Caché.