To do this, the file name should be preceded by an `at' sign (
For example, assuming the file name contains the text
chicyg , then
% histo in=@nameis equivalent to
% histo in=chicygThese
@files can be nested, and multiple
@files can appear on a line (separated by commas). Indeed an
@file and other parameter values can be intermixed, separated by commas.
@ file can contain many lines. An end-of-line is treated like
As described in Section 2.6, parameter input can also be made easier by using the -f flag when Miriad commands are given directly from the shell.