October 1, 1979 FRESS COMMANDS COMMAND QUALIFIERS
WORD ____ (W) ......................................................
word qualifier The _______________ expands <scope> to the whole word in
which <scope> is found (defined as a blank followed by a string
of characters until another blank or punctuation).
The blank before the word is considered part of the word
word qualifier when using the _______________, except with the CAPITALIZE,
CHANGE, SUBSTITUTE, and UNCAPITALIZE commands.
Example _______: "d-w/ual" will delete the first word containing the
string "ual" (including the preceeding blank).
Example _______: To change the word "sufficient" to "adequate," a
user need only specify: "c-w/su/adequate."
If this qualifier is used on a format code, or a string of
characters immediately preceded by a format code, it behaves
underlined differently. In the examples given below, the __________
deleted portion indicates the _______ portion of the code (the "!" and
anything else that is not underlined is not deleted):
+margin0,0,9,6+ !_______________
-p- !___
fill !.____.
175 !___
text !(0____!)
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October 1, 1979 FRESS COMMANDS PARAMETER SPECIFICATION
9.6 PARAMETER SPECIFICATION ___________________________
Most commands take one or more parameters which are enclosed by
syntactic brackets ("<" and ">") in the command description.
NOTES _____
Parameters must be specified in the order listed, separated by
a Key delimiter, that is, the first character after the command
name (blank, "/", etc.).
Parameters are assigned left to right, unless explicitly left
null (two consecutive delimiters). All required parameters are
assigned values before any optional parameters.
too few If ________ input values are specified, an error message is
typed.
too many input It is impossible to specify _______________ values. After all
required and optional parameters have been assigned, the
remaining text on the command line is taken as part of the last
parameter.
Optional parameters are those followed in the command
default specification by the symbol "°". A _______, if specified (by
underscores), will be used if an optional parameter is not
specified.
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