If you think about it you will see that it some cases it just makes sense to use some directives/commands before others.
and eliminating the [EMPTYTEMP] command at the bottom if you do not want to empty the temp files. Correct?
Or, in order to "kill" just a few processes you would include just those "particular" processes under the :processes directive and eliminate the [EMPTYTEMP] command to prevent emptying the temp files and killing all processes.
In the tutorial concerning the [EMPTYTEMP] command it states:
Note: if this command is included in a fix then all processes will be killed automatically at the beginning of a fix
If you use both :processes (at the beginning) and the [EMPTYTEMP] command (at the end), which one would have precedent over the other? I'm assuming OTL will look for the [EMPTYTEMP] command at the bottom before it finds the :processes directive at the top.
Is there an order in which OTL searches for the directives and/or commands?
Which leads me back to my original question:
Do the commands have to be placed in a specific order in the script?
And does OTL execute the search for the commands and directives in a specific order?
I was more concerned about how they were listed in the tutorial and should they be scripted in that order:
Let me know if I am confused. Or if I confused you.