October 1, 1979 FRESS COMMANDS UNCAPITALIZE
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UNC


UNC Uncapitalize ____________________
All alphabetic characters in <scope> will become lower case.


UNCapitalize <scope>


NOTES _____
If any literal "sentence-ending" punctuation (".", "?", or "!")
is contained in <scope>, the next non-blank will be
capitalized. This allows correct capitalization for multiple
sentences.
The next character after any alter code, edit code, or format
if the code is included in macro, will also be capitalized ___________________________
<scope> _______.
EXAMPLES ________
unc/!-P-...FOX
[before]=> !-P-THE QUICK BROWN FOX
[after]=> !-p-The quick brown fox
unc/THE...FOX
[before]=> !-p-THE QUICK BROWN FOX
[after]=> !-p-the quick brown fox
MESSAGES ________
FUNCTION NOT ALLOWED IN STRUCTURE
RELATED COMMANDS ________________
CAPITALIZE, FLIP
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October 1, 1979 FRESS COMMANDS UNIFORM SUBSTITUTE
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US


US Uniform Substitute __________________________
USUBSTITUTE allows the user to repeat a normal text
substitution an arbitrary number of times.


USubstitute <scope> <text> <options>°
I A_
D B_
L
4095 <n>____
T S_


<scope>.....The character string to be changed.
<text>......The new text.
<options>...The <options> determine how USUBSTITUTE is to be
executed and displayed. The <options> string is
<option>s should be scanned from left to right; _____________________
specified in the order they are listed above _________________________________________________. If
conflicting options (e.g., AI) appear in the string,
the rightmost option will be used. The allowable
options are:
A...(automatic substitution) The substitution proceeds without
user intervention and ends when no further occurrence of
<scope> remains.
B...(brief display) Display of each substitution is suppressed.
D _...(regular display) The portion of the display buffer as
specified by the last SDISPLAY is printed after each
command.
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