access.nopage Modifier/Access: Verbs, <ctrl>x Definition/General

access.nopage

Command access.nopage Modifier/Access: Verbs
Applicable release versions: AP, R83
Category Access: Verbs (152)
Description prevents terminal output from pausing at the end of each page.

"<ctrl>x", which terminates a report when the report is paused at a page break, serves no purpose when a report is being produced in "nopage" mode. It will not stop the report. The only way to stop it is to press the <break> key and "end"ing the process.

The equivalent option is "n".
Syntax
Options
Example
list md nopage
list md a1 (n
Purpose
Related access.n.option
access.options
access.modifiers
tcl.listconn
tcl.listacc
tcl.list-file-stats
ue.9070

<ctrl>x

Command <ctrl>x Definition/General
Applicable release versions: AP, R83
Category General (155)
Description performs a variety of functions, depending upon where it is executed.

At the TCL prompt, <ctrl>+x cancels the current line.

In a multi-page Access report directed to the terminal, <ctrl>+x terminates the report and returns control to the process which invoked it.

In the Update processor, <ctrl>+x is a preamble to one of the commands used when exiting or saving an item and is always followed by another character.

In the line editor (ed or edit), <ctrl>+x cancels the current line of input.
Syntax <ctrl>+x
Options
Example
Purpose
Related up.x