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NAME

       cenv - cWnn Environment Operation Functions.

DESCRIPTION

       The  followings  are the operation functions available in every environment.  The user may
       update his environment by using these functions.  For example, he may need to add  another
       dictionary, or need to change the values for certain conversion parameter.

       When  function  key  PF6  is  pressed,  a  menu will be displayed.  Move the cursor to the
       particular option and press the return key.   The  corresponding  function  will  then  be
       carried out.

OPTIONS

       1.     Add dictionary
              To add a dictionary to the current environment.

       2.     View dictionary
              To  view  all the dictionaries in the current environment, as well as their current
              states.

       3.     Word/Character add
              To add a word into a dynamic dictionary.

       4.     Word/Character search
              To  check  if  a  word/character  exists  in  the  dictionary  under  the   current
              environment. If it exists, the system will show the information of word/character.

       5.     Parameter update
              To  enquire  or  change  the  parameters  for the Pinyin-Hanzi conversion under the
              current environment.
              Different environments will have different parameters.

       6.     Save usage frequency
              Save all the usage frequency files under the current environment.

       7.     Dictionary information
              To inquire the information of the dictionaries under the current environment.   For
              example the dictionary name, type and priority etc.

       8.     Grammar change
              To change the grammar file used in the environment.

       9.     Exit
              To exit the environment operation function.

NOTE

       PF6 is the default  keyboard definition in cWnn, it may be redefined.

                                           13 May 1992                                    CENV(7)