up.z Command/Update Processor

up.z

Command up.z Command/Update Processor
Applicable release versions: AP
Category Update Processor (113)
Description begining character for several miscellaneous commands.

These commands are listed below:

<ctrl>+za

In text-entry mode, this redisplays the item with the current line at the top of the terminal.

From TCL, "<ctrl>+za" searches forward in the "tcl-stack" file for a specified string.

<ctrl>+zb

Redisplays the item, with the current line at the bottom of the terminal.

<ctrl>+zc

Displays the terminal's columnar positions at the top of the terminal.

<ctrl>+zd

Deletes text from the cursor position to the end of the item.

<ctrl>+ze

Moves the cursor to the end of the item.

<ctrl>+zg

Moves the cursor to the end of the previous paragraph.

<ctrl>+zh

Moves the cursor to the first line of the next screen, then moves the display up "n" lines, where "n" is equal to the current terminal depth minus 12. (In other words, down 1/2 page.)

<ctrl>+zl

Creates or edits a prestore command in the prestore buffer. See "zl".

<ctrl>+zn

Advances the cursor to the beginning of the next page.

<ctrl>+zo

Deletes text from the cursor position to the end of the attribute or paragraph.

<ctrl>+zp

Redisplays (refreshes) the data on the screen.

<ctrl>+zq

Moves the cursor to the first line of the next screen, then moves the display up one quarter of a page.

<ctrl>+zr

Loads a previously saved prestore command into the prestore buffer and, optionally, executes the prestore command. See "zr".

<ctrl>+zs

Toggles the spelling checker on/off. See "zs".

<ctrl>+zt

Sets the location of tab stops. It prompts with the message: "Enter Tab stops:". Tab stop positions may be entered, with each numeric parameter being separated by a space.

<ctrl>+zw

Writes the contents of the prestore buffer to a file for later use. See "zw".

<ctrl>+zy

Moves the cursor back one page.

<ctrl>+zz

Undoes the last delete or data change if the change was made by using one of the control delete keys.

This is also used to cancel a "cut" command in UP. See "cut paste".

<ctrl>+znumber

Moves the cursor to the attribute or line number specified. For example, to go to line# 5:

<ctrl>+z5<return>

The given number may be preceded by a "+" (plus sign) to move forward (down) the specified number of attributes or lines, or it may be preceded by a "-" (minus sign) to to move backward (up) the given number of attributes or lines. For example, to move forward three lines:

<ctrl>+z+3<return>
Syntax <ctrl>+z
Options
Example
Purpose
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up.prestore
up.zl
tcl.spelling.checker
up.p
up.zw
up.zp
up.zq
up.zr
up.zs
up.za
up.zb
up.zc
up.zd
up.ze
up.zg
up.zh
up.zn
up.zo
up.zt
up.zz
up.znumber
up.cut.paste
up.delete.text
up.i
update.processor
up
up.zx
updte.processor