|Command||up.cc Command/Update Processor
Applicable release versions: AP
|Category||Update Processor (113)|
|Description||The "<ctrl>+cc" (UP) command marks the end of a block. If the block was initiated by a "<ctrl>+cd", the text will be deleted from the screen and placed into the cut buffer. If it was initiated by a "<ctrl>+cl" command, the text will simply be placed into the cut buffer, so it can be copied as many times as needed.
The "<ctrl>+cp" command inserts the current contents of the cut buffer at the current screen coordinate. The cut buffer remains intact until the Update processor is exited or another cut is performed.
See the (UP) "c" command for a more complete description.