If you have too many options and files to fit on the command line, you can place them in a command file. Enter LF95 command line arguments in a command file in exactly the same manner as on the command line. Command files may have as many lines as needed. Lines beginning with an initial # are comments.
To process a command file, preface the name of the file with the @ character. When LF95 encounters a filename that begins with @ on the command line, it opens the file and processes the commands in it.
In this example, LF95 reads its commands from the file mycmds.
Command files may be used both with other command-line options and other command files. Multiple command files are processed left to right in the order they are encountered.