st - store stack 1					Matthew Miller

st			store stack 1 in the stack it was last
			retrieved from - if that stack is on disk,
			store it in the foreground directory
st 5 "STACKS"		store stack 1 in stack 5 in directory
			"STACKS" and set the foreground directory
			to "STACKS"
st 2			store stack 1 in stack 2 in core
st a:			store stack 1 in the first free stack in the foreground
			directory ( >=11 unless another limit has been given).
st a:250		Set the first free stack limit to 250 and store
			stack 1 in the first free stack >= 250.
do w:"(#=#+1)<=55" {rt #;li,1;st dc}
			retrieve a number of stacks, remove a baseline and
			store them back where they came from without warning
			about overwriting the original data.

St copies stack 1 into stack 'n'.  If 'n' is less than 4  the destination
will be a core resident stack.

'n' defaults to the stack number in the stack header for stack 1.

'f' defaults to the current foreground directory if 'dt' is not used.
It defaults to the current background directory if 'dt' is used.

The src: option allows you to store from stacks 2 or 3 instead of 1.

The a: option instructs comb to use the first empty stack whose number is
greater than or equal to the first free stack value (starts at 11).

Normally st checks the destination stack and if it has data in it,
gives you a warning before overwriting that data.  The dc: flag tells
st "don't check!".

This document was last updated on Tue Oct 17 16:24:05 EDT 2000 by Marc W. Pound.