October 1, 1979 FRESS COMMANDS INSERT BLOCK
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EXAMPLES ________
IBL/text string
"text string" is placed in a Block at the Implied Insert Point;
there are no Labels, Keywords, or Display Keywords on the
Block.
[before]=> here
[user] IBL/here/lab//
[system] here
INPUT
[user] delayed input of text
[user] [null line]
[system] FRESS
[user] p 1
b [system] %<(lab)delayed input of text/%>
An unKeyworded but Labeled Block ("lab" is the Label) is
created following "here." Input Mode is then entered and the
b string "delayed input of text/" is inserted inside the newly
b created Block. The "/" follows "text" because the user did not
append a logical hyphen (see Section 3) to the input line.
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October 1, 1979 FRESS COMMANDS INSERT DECIMAL BLOCK
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ID


ID Insert Decimal Block ____________________________
IDBLOCK creates a Decimal Block containing the new text.


iip IDblock <___>° <label>° <keys>° <dkeys>° <text>


<iip>....the point after which the Block is inserted
<text>...the string to be contained in the Block
NOTES _____
Two Implied Insert Pointers are created by IDBLOCK: the first
points to the character before the Block, and the second, to
the last character of the new Block (see &POP for an example of
how to utilize this feature).
IDBLOCK is similar to the IBLOCK command except that it creates
a Decimal Block.
IDBLOCK is the typical means used to input the sections of a
file structured with Decimal Blocks.
IDBLOCK always "pops" the Implied Insert Stack, even if <iip>
is specified (see &POP for a further explanation).
EXAMPLES ________
id/AREA*/Decimal Blocks are tops
[before]=> *START OF TEXT AREA*
[after]=> *START OF TEXT AREA*
%< '1' Decimal Blocks are tops%>
RELATED COMMANDS ________________
IBLOCK, MBLOCK, MDBLOCK, &POP
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