Applicable release versions: AP, R83
|Description||"saves" a copy of the current item and remains in the editor within the current item.
It is essentially the same as the "fi" command, but it doesn't exit the item.
When editing large items, the "fs" command should be issued periodically to ensure an update to the file. A different file.reference and/or item-id may be specified prior to actually saving the item.
See the "fso" command for writing over pre-existing items.
ed bp main.program<return> top .fs<return> This writes a copy of the item back to the file from which it was originally retrieved. ed bp main.program<return> top .fs main.program.original<return> This effectively makes a backup copy of "main.program", calling the new copy "main.program.original". This is useful in making historical copies or saving originals under different names prior to making changes without leaving the Editor.