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ISPF Edit primary commands

Command Description IBM LINK
AUTOLIST Controls the automatic printing of data to the ISPF list data set.

AUTOLIST—Create a Source Listing Automatically

AUTONUM Controls the automatic renumbering of data when it is saved.

AUTONUM—Number Lines Automatically

AUTOSAVE If the data is changed, automatically saves it when you issue an END command.

AUTOSAVE—Save Data Automatically

BOUNDS Sets the left and right boundaries.

BOUNDS—Control the Edit Boundaries

BROWSE Browses a data set or member without leaving your current edit session.

BROWSE—Browse from within an Edit Session

BUILTIN Processes a built-in command even if a macro with the same name has been defined.

BUILTIN—Process a Built-In Command

CANCEL Ends the edit session without saving any of the changes.

CANCEL—Cancel Edit Changes

CAPS Sets caps mode.

CAPS—Control Automatic Character Conversion

CHANGE Changes a data string into another string.

CHANGE—Change a Data String

COMPARE Compares library member or data set with the data being edited.

COMPARE—Edit Compare

COPY Copies a library member or data set into the data being edited.

COPY—Copy Data

CREATE Writes the data you are editing into a library member or data set only if it does not already exist.

CREATE—Create Data

CUT Saves lines to a clipboard for later retrieval by PASTE command.

CUT—Cut and Save Lines

DEFINE
  • Assigns an alias to a macro or built-in command.
  • Disables the use of a macro or built-in command.
  • Identifies a macro that replaces a built-in command of the same name.
  • Identifies programs that are edit macros.

DEFINE—Define a Name

DELETE Deletes lines from the data you are editing.

DELETE—Delete Lines

EDIT Edits a data set or member without leaving your current edit session (recursive edit).

EDIT—Edit from within an Edit Session

EDITSET Causes the Edit Settings panel to be displayed.

EDITSET—Display the Editor Settings Dialog

END Ends the current edit session.

END—End the Edit Session

EXCLUDE Excludes lines from the panel.

EXCLUDE—Exclude Lines from the Display

FIND Finds a data string.

FIND—Find a Data String

FLIP Reverses the exclude status of a specified range of lines in a file or all the lines in the file.

FLIP—Reverse Exclude Status of Lines

HEX Specifies whether the hexadecimal form of the data should be displayed.

HEX—Display Hexadecimal Characters

HIDE Removes the “n Line(s) not Displayed” messages from the display where lines have been excluded by the EXCLUDE command.

HIDE—Hide Excluded Lines Message

HILITE Highlights in user-specified colors many language-specific constructs, program logic features, the phrase containing the cursor, and any strings that match the previous FIND operation or those that would be found by an RFIND or RCHANGE request. Can also be used to set default colors for the data area in non-program files and for any characters typed since the previous Enter or function key entry.

HILITE—Enhanced Edit Coloring

IMACRO Saves the name of an initial macro in the edit profile.

IMACRO—Specify an Initial Macro

LEVEL Sets the modification level number to be kept as part of the PDF library statistics.

LEVEL—Specify the Modification Level Number

LOCATE Locates a line.

LOCATE—Locate a Line

MODEL Copies a model into the data you are editing or defines the current model class.

MODEL—Copy a Model into the Current Data Set

MOVE Moves a library member or data set into the data you are editing.

MOVE—Move Data

NONUMBER Turns off number mode.

NONUMBER—Turn Off Number Mode

NOTES Specifies whether the MODEL command is to display notes.

NOTES—Display Model Notes

NULLS Controls null spaces.

NULLS—Control Null Spaces

NUMBER Generates sequence numbers.

NUMBER—Generate Sequence Numbers

PACK Specifies whether data is to be stored normally or compressed.

PACK—Compress Data

PASTE Moves or copies lines from a clipboard into an edit session.

PASTE—Move or Copy Lines from Clipboard

PRESERVE Specifies whether trailing blanks should be saved when data is stored.

PRESERVE—Enable Saving of Trailing Blanks

PROFILE Controls and displays your profile.

PROFILE—Control and Display Your Profile

RCHANGE Repeats the most recently processed CHANGE command.

RCHANGE—Repeat a Change

RECOVERY Controls edit recovery.

RECOVERY—Control Edit Recovery

RENUM Renumbers data set lines.

RENUM—Renumber Data Set Lines

REPLACE Writes the data you are editing into a library member even if it already exists.

REPLACE—Replace Data

RESET Resets the data display.

RESET—Reset the Data Display

RFIND Locates the data string defined by the most recently processed SEEK, FIND, or CHANGE command, or excludes a line that contains the data string from the previous EXCLUDE command.

RFIND—Repeat Find

RMACRO Saves the name of a recovery macro in the edit profile.

RMACRO—Specify a Recovery Macro

SAVE Saves the current data without ending the edit session.

SAVE—Save the Current Data

SETUNDO Sets the UNDO mode.

SETUNDO—Set the UNDO Mode

SORT Puts data in a specified order.

SORT—Sort Data

STATS Specifies whether PDF library statistics are to be created when this member is saved.

STATS—Generate Library Statistics

SUBMIT Submits the data you are editing for batch processing.

SUBMIT—Submit Data for Batch Processing

TABS Defines tab positions for software, hardware, and logical tabs.

TABS—Define Tabs

UNDO Removes the data modifications of a previous interaction.

UNDO—Reverse Last Edit Interaction

UNNUMBER Removes sequence numbers.

UNNUMBER—Remove Sequence Numbers

VERSION Sets the version number to be kept as part of the PDF library statistics.

VERSION—Control the Version Number

VIEW View a data set or member without leaving your current edit session.

VIEW—View from within an Edit Session

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