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3) To specify a literal <text> parameter (e.g., the second
parameter of SUBSTITUTE), percent and double percent signs
must be included to indicate upper-case characters. The
carriage return will end the last multicap string in the
<text> parameter if it is not explicitly ended.
4) In Input Mode or when using OREAD, the end of a line will end
the last multicap string on that line if it was not explicitly
ended. However, this is not true in Swift Input Mode. An
"unmatched" double percent sign will cause all characters to
be capitalized until the user returns to Command Mode.
2.3 DISPLAY AND EDIT MODES __________________________
Optional Display (viewing) Modes have been incorporated into
FRESS to provide concise, meaningful feedback and to allow
suppression of redundant Display and Editing Modes which the user
may select for verification of an editing operation (see SMODE);
the defaults for each version are given in Figure 2.1. The
Display Brief Transcription Static choices are _______ or _____ Mode, and _____________ or ______
Mode.
DISPLAY MODES _____________
Display _______ Mode, the default setting, displays a portion of the
Display Window (see SDISPLAY) after every editing and traveling
operation. If commands are stacked on a single line, multiple
displays will be generated.
Brief _____ Mode suppresses all typing at the terminal.
EDIT MODES __________
Transcription _____________ Mode facilitates transcribing changes from
marked-up hard copy where an editor normally proceeds linearly
in a forward direction. FRESS automatically moves the start of
the user's display after each edit. The display will start at
the first word preceding the point in the file at which the last
edit occurred. When used in conjunction with Display Mode and a
short line length, Transcription Mode is a convenient means of
verifying most edits.
Static ______ Mode prevents the Editing Buffer from moving with each
edit. This is particularly useful on a display console where
many lines of text are visible at once, thus obviating the need
for moving the buffer very often. To relocate the buffer in
Static Mode, the user must explicitly travel.
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2.3.1 Overriding Display and Edit Modes _______________________________________
The Display and/or Edit Mode in effect may be temporarily
overridden for a single command line by appending to the command
bb line two blanks and a period ("//"), and one or two optional
mode indicators.
Mode indicators _______________
Brief (none of the indicators) _____ Mode: suppress all printing
for all commands on the physical command line. The same
effect can be achieved by immediately following the first
command with a period ("."). For example, "l./dog" is
equivalent to "l/dog .".
* Suppress printing until the last command on the line.
Display D Use _______ Mode for all commands on the command line.
Static S Use ______ Mode for all commands on the command line.
Transcription T Use _____________ Mode for all commands on the command
line.
Several commands can be specified on one line using the Command
Separator (">") (see Section 5.4).
Individual commands in a multi-command line preceded with a "<"
Brief will be put into _____ Mode.
A "(" preceding a command will suppress all display until a
command preceded by a ")".
EXAMPLES ________
bb glabel/hello>print 3//.*
will print:
%L(hello)
This is line1
This is line2
bb glabel/hello>print 3//.D
will print:
%L(hello)
%L(hello)
This is line1
This is line2
[Note: the first "%L(hello)" is printed because of the
"glabel/hello"]
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