up.zr Command/Update Processor

up.zr

Command up.zr Command/Update Processor
Applicable release versions: AP
Category Update Processor (113)
Description loads a previously saved prestore command into the prestore buffer and, optionally, executes the prestore command.

After the "<ctrl>+zr" command has been entered, the following prompt appears at the top left corner of the screen:

Prestore id:

The response to this prompt can either be an item-id (if the prestore command is stored in the current master dictionary) or a file.reference and item-id (if the prestore command is stored in a file other than the current master dictionary.)

The item-id is followed by either "<return>" or "<ctrl>+p".

When the "<ctrl>+zr" command is followed by a "<return>" or "<enter>", the contents of the prestore command are loaded in the prestore buffer but the command is not executed. When the "<ctrl>+zr" command is followed by a "<ctrl>+p", the prestore command is executed.

Once the prestore buffer has been loaded, it can be executed any time during the current update session using "<ctrl>+p".
Syntax <ctrl>+zr{(file.reference} item-id <return>
<ctrl>+zr{(file.reference} item-id <ctrl>+p
Options
Example
The following example shows how to load the prestore buffer with a saved 
prestore command from the current master dictionary without executing the 
prestore command.  

<ctrl>+zr                 command to load prestore buffer
Prestore id:            terminal prompt for item-id
id<return>              item-id from md

The next example shows how to load the prestore buffer with a saved prestore 
command from the file 'commands' using the item-id of 
'holdit'. The command is immediately executed using <ctrl>+p.

<ctrl>+zr                 command to load prestore buffer
Prestore id:            terminal prompt for item-id
(commands,holdit<ctrl>+p  file.reference,item-id, execute
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