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Storage Features

Restoring Matrices and Modules

You can restore matrices and modules from storage back into the IML active workspace using the LOAD command. The LOAD command has the general form

LOAD ;
LOAD matrices;
LOAD MODULE= module;
LOAD MODULE=( modules);
LOAD MODULE=( modules) matrices;

Some examples of valid LOAD commands are shown below:

   load a b c;                      /* load matrices A,B, and C   */
   load module=mymod1;              /* load module MYMOD1         */
   load module=(mymod1 mymod2) a b; /* load modules and matrices  */
The special operand _ALL_ can be used to load all matrices or modules, or both. For example, if you want to load all modules, use the statement
   load module=_all_;
If you want to load all matrices and modules in storage, use the LOAD command by itself:
   load;                  /* loads all matrices and modules  */
The LOAD command can be used with the STORE statement to save and restore an IML environment between sessions.

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