I need some clarification.

Given the following:

X.DIR   = "X.HOME.WALDIES";     * the VOC item 'X.HOME.WALDIES' is a
pointer to /home/waldies
X.FILE  = "SRW_TEST_SEQ.txt"

OPENSEQ X.DIR,X.FILE TO FV.SEQ THEN
  WEOFSEQ FV.SEQ
ELSE
  ...
END


Upon a successful open of X.DIR at X.FILE, will the WEOFSEQ erase
everything in X.DIR starting with X.FILE, including other files that may
exist under - positionally - X.FILE?  Or is it just suppose to "clear"
anything that might be contained in X.FILE?

This what the *help* says:
The UniBasic WEOFSEQ command writes an end-of-file mark at the record
pointer position in a sequential file, which results in the file (...in
my case, X.DIR or X.FILE?) being truncated at the current position.

TIA
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