The Natural-documentation says:
This text says, that the SAVE is done before the CAT. But I would say it’s vice versa. First the CAT is done, and only if CAT was successful the SAVE is done. Who’s right and who’s wrong? Is a CHECK done first?
Backgroud of my question: I want to check my library, which compiled objects are up to date. So I compare the date of the source with the date of the catalogued file. But if the STOW-command does the SAVE after the CAT, my method comparing the date could be wrong in the worst case.