/OUTPUT[=filespec] /NOOUTPUT Positional qualifier. Specifies that an output file is to be produced and optionally names it. If you specify the /OUTPUT qualifier without a file specification, or if you omit the qualifier, the directory and file name default to that of the DSR file. If you specify the /NOOUTPUT qualifier, no output file is produced. The output file type depends on the input file type. The default input file type is .RNO and the default output file type is .MEM. The file type defaults to one of the following: Output Input File file .BLB .RNB .CCO .RNC .DOC .RND .ERR .RNE .HLP .RNH .LNI .RNO with /DEVICE set to LN01, LN01E, or LN03 .MAN .RNM .MEC .RNT .MEM .RNO with no /DEVICE qualifier specification .MEX .RNX .OPR .RNP .PLM .RNL .STD .RNS For a complete list of input file types and the associated output file types, see the OpenVMS DIGITAL Standard Runoff Reference Manual. To change the name of the output file, supply a file specification for the value filespec. The /OUTPUT=SYS$OUTPUT qualifier causes output to be sent to the terminal rather than to a disk file. You can use the value SYS$OUTPUT when you are logged in to a hardcopy terminal device that uses a daisy wheel. The /NOOUTPUT qualifier suppresses the creation of an output file. Using the /NOOUTPUT qualifier with the /INTERMEDIATE qualifier causes DSR to produce only an intermediate .BRN file and not a formatted output file. You can also use the /NOOUTPUT qualifier to check an input file for errors without using system resources to generate a formatted output file.