List the ten or twenty search queries that prospects use to find your camp and enter the queries on the Google search engine. For example, if you run a Christian-based sports camp for boys in Oklahoma, type "Christian boys sports camp Oklahoma" in the Google search bar. Print out the top ten search results for each query. Determine which directories appear most frequently at the top of the Google search results.
It can be used to erase either a single file or several files at once via pattern-matching. FORMAT FOR THE SCRATCH COMMAND: PRINT# 1 5, * *SCRATCH0:pattem' ' or abbreviate it as: PRINT#15,**S0:pattem" '*pattem" can be any file name or combination of characters and wild-card characters. As usual, it is assumed the conunand channel has already been opened as file 15. Although not absolutely necessary, it is best to include the drive number in SCRATCH conmiands. If you check the error channel after a SCRATCH conunand, the value for ET (error track) will tell you how many files were scratched. For example, if your diskette contains program files named **TEST," **TRAIN," **TRUCK," and *TAIL," you may SCRATCH all four, along with any other files beginning with the letter **T," by using the conmiand: PRINT#15,'S0:T*' Then, to prove they are gone, you can type: GOSUB 59990 18 to call the error checking subroutine given earlier in this chapter. If the four listed were the only files beginning with *T*', you will see: 01 ,nLES SCRATCHED,04,00 READY. The **04" tells you 4 files were scratched. MORE ABOUT SCRATCH SCRATCH is a powerful command and should be used with caution to be sure you delete only the files you really want erased. When using it with a pattern, we suggest you first use the same pattern in a DIRECTORY command, to be sure exactly which files will be deleted. That way you*ll have no unpleasant surprises when you use the same pattern in the SCRATCH command.