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set - interact with the settings variables
set [name [value [value2]]] [-v]
set find 'string'
get name
setting 'string'


When invoked with no argument, set prints the name, value, type, length and description of all settings variables.

Argument name is the name of a specific variable, argument value is the value to be assigned to the variable, argument -v turns verbosity off. If value2 is specified, it is concatenated with value.

Command setv sets the global or private property of the variable for the TCL interpreter.

Command get prints just the current value of the specified variable.

Command setting prints all variables that contain the specified string in their name, description or value fields.

The variables are not recorded in any configuration file or in the Windows Registry. To make the settings permanent, the needed commands should be placed in file user.txt.