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FRESS COMMAND SEPARATOR
Using the FRESS Command Separator is less expensive than using
the CMS Linend character. In addition, the Display Mode can be
temporarily overridden (see Section 2.3.1) by appending two
blanks and one of the two Mode indicators below to the command
line:
"." all printing will be suppressed
".*" all printing is suppressed except for the last
command.
WARNINGS ________
entire not any The ______ command line will ___ be executed if ___ command
causes one of the following "Question Mark" errors (a question
mark is typed -- to see the message, type back a "?"):
CONTEXT PATTERN NOT FOUND
ERROR IN COMPOUND SCOPE
FUNCTION TAKES NO PARAMETER
INCORRECT VALUE IN PARM POSITION
INVALID FUNCTION SEPARATOR
PROCESSING NEEDED TOO MUCH SPACE
SEMANTICS CHECK
TOO FEW VALUES SPECIFIED
EXAMPLES ________
S/amount1/text>D,amount2>-5 ____________________________
This input line will SUBSTITUTE "text" for "amount1," DELETE
"amount2," and then SCROLL back 5 lines.
S /old pattern/new pattern>S amount text ________________________________________
current This input line will look for "amount" in the _______
not Editing Buffer (___ in the Editing Buffer starting at "new
pattern").
I/place/IF A>>B THEN ____________________
This example will INSERT the text "IF A>B THEN" at the
location specified by "place."
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CMS LINEND CHARACTER
9.4.2 The CMS Linend Character ______________________________
When the CMS Linend character is used, the command line is
executed, logically treating each instance of the Linend character
as a carriage return. This facility is useful when a static
Editing Buffer is not desired (e.g., when traveling between
commands is necessary).
NOTES _____
The Linend character is also the means by which traveling
commands can be interspersed between editing commands. For
example, if "#" is the CMS Linend character:
"gl/lab1#c/first/second#ds#i/A*/top line"
Example _______: Three edits more than 2100 characters apart could be
specified on the same line if separated by the Linend
character. The search for the context pattern of the second
edit would be in an Editing Buffer 2100 characters from the
first edit, and the third edit could be within 2100 characters
Editing Buffer/Display of the second edit (see Section 1.3, ______________________
Window ______, and Section 2 for default Buffer sizes).
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