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    Topic complex Ramtext functions
    Function ramtext_delete()
    Short Deletes an area in a ramtext
    Syntax ramtext_delete(ramtext : STRING; startpos,count : INTEGER) : INTEGER
    Parameter ramtext : name of the ramtext in the form "ramtext:..."
    startpos : position of the first char that is to delete
    count : number of chars that are to delete
    Return Number of the really deleted charakters
    See also:
    ramtext_copy() ramtext_find() ramtext_insert() ramtext_part() ramtext_paste()
    Description This functions deletes count chars from startpos in the ramtext.
    Again the return value is the number of the moved chars or 0 if the combination of startpos and count was not valid.
    startpos can get values between 1 and getsize(ramtext).
    count has to be between 0 and getsize(ramtext)-startpos.

    The deleted text is transmitted to the system ramtext "ramtext:~clip"

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