The undefinefileglobal statement destroys one or more fileglobal variables.


This statement has one parameter:

variables – is a list of fileglobal variables to be destroyed. Each variable should be separated from the next by a comma. If a variable name contains spaces or punctuation, or begins with any character except a letter or underscore, it should be surrounded by chevron (« ») characters.


This statement destroys one or more fileglobal variables. The variables may be have been created with the fileglobal statement. Destroying a variable completely removes it as if it had never been created in the first place.

The example destroys two variables, Counter and Operating Ratio.

undefineglobal Counter, «Operating Ratio»

You can also use unfileglobal as a synonym for this statement, like this:

unfileglobal Counter, «Operating Ratio»

Before you undefine a permenent variable you should make it unpermanent, like this:

unpermanent timeStamp
undefinefileglobal timeStamp

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