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    Topic complex System functions
    Function chmod()
    Short Changing file rights
    Syntax CHMOD(Pfad,Rechte : STRING) : INTEGER
    Parameter path : file which rights are to change
    rights: string in the form 'rwxrwxrwx'
    Return error code of the operating system
    See also:
    Description The function resets the file rights under Linux, depending on the rights with which the function was called (therefore only possible as root or owner of the file). The new rights are specified as 'rwxrwxrwx', whereby the first three are the rights of the owner, the second ones the rights for the group and the last ones the rights of the rest of the world. The function result returns the Linux error state.

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