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ISPF Line commands

Command Description
( Shifts columns left two positions or the specified number of positions.
) Shifts columns right two positions or the specified number of positions.
< Shifts data left two positions or the specified number of positions.
> Shifts data right two positions or the specified number of positions.
A Identifies the line after which copied, moved, or model lines are to be inserted.
AK Identifies the line after which copied, moved, or model lines are to be inserted, but indicates that another destination of the form A, B, or O is still required proceeding forward through the file before the data is moved or copied to the multiple destinations specified.
B Identifies the line before which copied, moved, or model lines are to be inserted.
BK Identifies the line before which copied, moved, or model lines are to be inserted, but indicates that another destination of the form A, B, or O is still required proceeding forward through the file before the data is moved or copied to the multiple destinations specified.
BOUNDS Displays the column boundary definition line.
C Copies a line from one location to another.
CC Copies a block of lines from one location to another.
COLS Displays a position identification line.
D Deletes a line.
DD Deletes a block of lines.
F Redisplays one or more lines at the beginning of a block of excluded lines.
I Inserts one or more blank data entry lines.
L Redisplays one or more lines at the end of a block of excluded lines.
LC Converts all uppercase alphabetic characters in a line to lowercase.
LCC Converts all uppercase alphabetic characters in a block of lines to lowercase.
M Moves a line from one location to another.
MM Moves a block of lines from one location to another.
MASK Displays the contents of the mask when used with the I (insert), TE (text entry), and TS (text split) line commands.
MD Converts a ==MSG>, =NOTE=, =COLS>, or ====== (information) line to data so that it can be saved as part of your data set.
MDD Converts a block of ==MSG>, =NOTE=, =COLS>, and ====== (information) lines to data so that they can be saved as part of your data set.
O Identifies a line over which data is to be moved or copied.
OK Identifies the line over which data is to be moved or copied, but indicates that another destination of the form A, B, or O is still required proceeding forward through the file before the data is moved or copied to the multiple destinations specified.
OO Identifies a block of lines over which data is to be moved or copied.
OOK Identifies a block of lines over which data is to be moved or copied, but indicates that another destination of the form A, B, or O is still required proceeding forward through the file before the data is moved or copied to the multiple destinations specified.
R Repeats a line.
RR Repeats a block of lines.
S Redisplays one or more lines with the leftmost indentation in a block of excluded lines.
TABS Displays the tab definition line.
TE Inserts blank lines to allow power typing for text entry.
TF Restructures paragraphs following deletions, insertions, splitting, and so forth.
TS Divides one or more lines so that data can be added.
UC Converts all lowercase alphabetic characters in a line to uppercase.
UCC Converts all lowercase alphabetic characters in a block of lines to uppercase.
X Excludes a line from a panel.
XX Excludes a block of lines from a panel.
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