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AND Fl OR UNTIL = (
AND FI OR UNTIL = (
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Other noteworthy capabilities of the __Action!__ editor include global search and replace, instant access to the beginning or end of a file and the ability to delete, move and copy, selected blocks of text. The block move and copy functions are implemented so nicely that I have to tell you about them. When you hit the SHIFT/DELETE keys, the line you're working on disappears, just as with the Atari screen editor. But the line isn't gone forever. It's being held in a buffer, waiting to be moved or copied to anywhere else in your text window(s). Simply move the cursor to a likely spot and hit CTRL/SHIFT/"P" (for paste) to dump the contents of the buffer. Several adjacent lines of text can be sent to the buffer by repeatedly "deleting" them with SHIFT/DELETE. __Action!__'s method of picking up and dropping blocks of text feels very natural if you're used to the Atari screen editor, and it also eliminates the annoyance of losing a line of work by accidentally hitting SHIFT/DELETE. Incidentally, you can automatically undo any changes you have made to a line of text by hitting CTRL/SHIFT/"U".before leaving the fine. Luxurious.
Other noteworthy capabilities of the __Action!__ editor include global search and replace, instant access to the beginning or end of a file and the ability to delete, move and copy, selected blocks of text. The block move and copy functions are implemented so nicely that I have to tell you about them. When you hit the SHIFT/DELETE keys, the line you're working on disappears, just as with the Atari screen editor. But the line isn't gone forever. It's being held in a buffer, waiting to be moved or copied to anywhere else in your text window(s). Simply move the cursor to a likely spot and hit CTRL/SHIFT/"P" (for paste) to dump the contents of the buffer. Several adjacent lines of text can be sent to the buffer by repeatedly "deleting" them with SHIFT/DELETE. __Action!__'s method of picking up and dropping blocks of text feels very natural if you're used to the Atari screen editor, and it also eliminates the annoyance of losing a line of work by accidentally hitting SHIFT/DELETE. Incidentally, you can automatically undo any changes you have made to a line of text by hitting CTRL/SHIFT/"U" before leaving the fine. Luxurious.
Version Date Modified Size Author Changes ... Change note
7 25-Nov-2021 12:53 28.761 kB Eli Simpson to previous removed extraneous "."
6 25-Nov-2021 12:39 28.761 kB Eli Simpson to previous | to last Changed 1 to I in keyword FI (probably a OCR error)
5 07-Feb-2011 16:31 28.761 kB Gromit to previous | to last
4 07-Feb-2011 16:21 22.5 kB Gromit to previous | to last
3 07-Feb-2011 15:59 14.848 kB Gromit to previous | to last
2 07-Feb-2011 15:48 14.397 kB Gromit to previous | to last
1 07-Feb-2011 15:47 14.397 kB Gromit to last
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