If this option is enabled, LZX will ask for confirmation for operation on
any file or archive.

For example, if extracting files with a command such as
'lzx -c x archive.lzx', then LZX will prompt you for each file in the archive
'archive.lzx', asking whether you wish to extract the file; for example:

  Extract 'testfile'? (Yes/No/All/Quit):

In response to the question, you may enter 'Y' (extract the file), 'N' (do
not extract the file), 'A' (extract all further files in this archive), or
'Q' (quit extracting from this archive).

If operating on multiple archives, LZX will also prompt for which archives
should be operated on; for example, if the command 'lzx -c x *.lzx' was used
(which tells LZX to extract files from all archives ending in '.lzx') then
you might be confronted with something similar to the following:

Extract files in ARCHIVE 'testarc.lzx'? (Yes/No/All/Quit): n
Extract files in ARCHIVE 'johns_archive.lzx'? (Yes/No/All/Quit): y
  Extract 'file001'? (Yes/No/All/Quit): n
  Extract 'testing'? (Yes/No/All/Quit): n
  Extract 'hello.txt'? (Yes/No/All/Quit): y

Note that when extracting from multiple archives, there are two levels of
prompts; the prompts which ask whether any files should be extracted from a
particular archive (the 'archive prompt'), and the prompts which ask which
files to extract from that archive (the 'file prompt').

If at a 'file prompt', the 'A' (extract all) and 'Q' (quit) commands affect
only the current archive; these responses would cause all files from the
current archive to be extracted, or quit processing of the current archive,

If at an 'archive prompt', the 'A' (extract all) prompt will cause LZX to
assume a 'Y' (yes) response for all further archives.  However, you will
still receive the 'file prompt' for files in these archives.  Entering 'Q'
(quit) will cause LZX to terminate immediately.

This option is disabled by default.


This option is valid with the following commands:

   a (add)
   e (extract)
   f (freshen)
   l (list)
   r (replace)
   t (test)
   u (update)
   v (view)
   x (extract)