October 1, 1979 FRESS COMMANDS JUMP
Travel
J _

J


J Jump ____________
JUMP is a powerful command for travelling non-linearly within
and/or between files.


Jump <lp> <wind>°


NOTES _____
The old display point will be saved and can be returned to, by
using RETURN.
If the <lp> is in the Label Space, the effect is a GLABEL of
the specified Label.
If the <lp> is in the Structure Space, display will be at the
corresponding order in a main Space (Annotation, Text, Work).
If the <lp> is in a main Space, JUMP's function is as indicated
in Figure 5.1.
A useful application of JUMP is to scan through a file Block by
Block, JUMPing from end to end until the desired Block is
found.
If there are several Labels in a file, it is often difficult to
remember the name of each. Once a particular Label is located,
it can be JUMPed on to get to the corresponding location in the
Structure Space. Once there, the user has an online table of
contents from which he can get an overview of the file, and
then RETURN.
MESSAGES ________
INVALID VIEWSPEC STRING
MULTIWINDOW ___________
The "jumped to" point is displayed in the specified window, or
a window other than the current one, if none is specified.
168 -- Section 5 Release 9.1 FRESS Resource Manual
October 1, 1979 FRESS COMMANDS JUMP
Travel
RELATED COMMANDS ________________
GDLABEL, GLABEL, RETURN, RING, SAVE
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