If you are familiar with using these Browsers you should be able to find your way. All underlined and contrasting colored text is links to other pages.
Each page that describes a topic is intended as a help, i.e. a tutorial note. Each page usually provides links to other pages
The original NUNET file evolved from MYSYS files that were APL component files and the derived MYNET files that had limited title lengths. NUNET has inherited many of these old file names. The Files INDEX listed below was an attempt to overcome the lack of descriptive names, etc.
The NUNET INDEX contains
short titles with some added keywords for most of the hypertext (.htm) files. Some other file types are also listed.
Use: [Ctrl F] with words or phrases that describe your question to seek answers in the: INDEX.
You can search using the find feature on: Edit on the tool bar - use Find in page
The NUNET graphics and items other than the .htm files are not included in the index. They can be examined by looking in the NUNET file listing. Windows XP is especially good at this activity. The earlier versions of Windows are much less useful..