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 |''​$VISIBLE'' ​ |''​{ { '​HWORLD'​ 0 0 "Shows a nice↲greeting.↲ ​ →  " } }''​ | |''​$VISIBLE'' ​ |''​{ { '​HWORLD'​ 0 0 "Shows a nice↲greeting.↲ ​ →  " } }''​ |
  
-Finally, use ''​CRLIB''​ to create the library, then ''​ATTACH''​ to attach it. From the main menu, ''​Libs''​ will now show an item ''​mLIB''​. Long pressing the item will show the library title. Going into the menu we should see the HWORLD command, long pressing it will show the help that was provided.+Finally, use ''​CRLIB''​ to create the library, then ''​ATTACH''​ to attach it. From the main menu, ''​Libs''​ will now show an item ''​MyHW''​. Long pressing the item will show the library title. Going into the menu we should see the HWORLD command, long pressing it will show the help that was provided.
  
 Notice that in this case, the ''​WORLD''​ string was included in the library because it was referenced by the main program ''​HWORLD'',​ but it is not visible to the user. Notice that in this case, the ''​WORLD''​ string was included in the library because it was referenced by the main program ''​HWORLD'',​ but it is not visible to the user.
 From now on, compiling a program that contains ''​HWORLD''​ will use the installed library command, rather than an identifier. Programs compiled before the library was attached will have an identifier instead. From now on, compiling a program that contains ''​HWORLD''​ will use the installed library command, rather than an identifier. Programs compiled before the library was attached will have an identifier instead.
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