Return, and optionally set, whether the current READ should be exited

     READKILL([<lKillRead>]) --> lCurrentSetting


     <lKillRead> sets the READKILL() flag.  A value of true (.T.)
     indicates that the current read should be terminated, and a value of
     false (.F.) indicates that it should not.


     READKILL() returns the current setting as a logical value.


     READKILL() is a Get system function that lets you control whether or not
     to terminate the current READ.

     Unless directly manipulated, READKILL() returns true (.T.) after you
     issue a CLEAR GETS (see the CLEAR GETS entry ) for the current READ;
     otherwise, it returns false (.F.).

     By accessing the function directly, however, you can control the
     READKILL() flag with its function argument and use it to create new READ

 Files   Library is CLIPPER.LIB, source file is Getsys.prg.


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