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    y tttt daf #,# pereq # halachah #
    copyrighted work. Please read this at least once.
    in a directory that is included in your DOS PATH setting, you will be
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    page. At a main page, Ctrl-X is a request to exit
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    they appear above and below the words as diacritical marks, alongside,
    This works within the current file only; at the end of the
    only. For example, the word "vayikra" occurs in only two places in the

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    This takes you, first, to the very end of the current file, sets
    file boundaries when searching forward. Note: After pressing
    settings, etc., currently in effect.
    the files in X:\MTR (where X may be any drive), for best performance,
    mo`ed will also find bemo`ed, mo`adot, bemo`adot, etc. (The `e in
    Section A1 of the appendix contains a diagram depicting the Hebrew
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    from left to right on the screen, making it appear mirror-reversed
    for DOS text.
    they formed one word.

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    To restrict the search to just one volume, say, Shemot in the Bible,
    mo`ed will also find bemo`ed, mo`adot, bemo`adot, etc. (The `e in
    block cursor at the top of the text window shows the starting
    MTR was developed, do read the additional Hebrew documentation after
    on errors, its colors, etc.). For details on these, type the relevant
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    commentary translated to Hebrew from the Arabic original, which is
    search term first occurs. MTR's text window commences on line two of

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    Each location tag relates to that section of body text to its
    of a printed book). The first of these main pages is the one for
    11.1 BOOLEAN a "OR" b SEARCH
    3. What happens next depends on which of the two methods mentioned at
    Mishneh Torah, The Bible, Mishnah, Tosefta, Yerushalmi, Bavli, then
    This is all you need to know for conducting a simple search for a
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    Search terms in MTR are required to be enclosed in double quotes.
    Hebrew, on the top line of the screen. This is MTR's "command-entry
    quotation marks.

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    4 punctuation standards
    programs. If you experience problems, experiment by eliminating
    text, then return to your present location later on.
    | Ctr | | Alt | Space Bar | Alt | | Ctr|
    Talmud Bavli, Tractate Ta`anit, you could define the scope as
    The location tag for each passage is of the form: b tttt daf #,#
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    This difference is best observed after a successful search for a term
    The location tag for each halachah is of the form: vvvv #,#
    NunS, MemS, KafS, PehS, and TsadiS are final letters, the

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