All other statements are executed identically by the UNIX shell and the built-in menu commands.
Menu choices that execute system commands may require name changes. For example, the UNIX command to copy files is cp; the MS-DOS command to copy files is copy.
For C/Base, all commands are named identically in UNIX and MS-DOS but one. In UNIX, the command to convert an RMSfile to a new definition is convrtlf(C-1); in MS-DOS, this command is named convrtlf(C-1).