The following operators can be used to better focus your queries.
( ) , AND, OR, NOT, W/#
? single char wildcard, not at start
* multi char wildcard, not at start
(Cat? OR feline) AND NOT dog?
Cat? W/5 behavior
(Cat? OR feline) AND traits
Cat AND charact*
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This method enable the user of a source code editor to browse and copy data from another source file while editing the master copy.
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Method for Editing Source Data and Copying Data from Another Source
This method enable the user of a source code editor to browse and copy
data from another source file while editing the master copy.
From the editor Services Display, the user can select another source file to
browse or copy from. Fig. 1 is a copy of such a Services Display. The user can
split the main edit display from Lines 3 to 21, and his master source file, that is
being edited, is displayed above the line of dashes. The source file that is being
browsed or copied from is displayed below the line of dashes. At this point the
user can continue editing above the line of dashes and browse and/or copy from
the source file below.
Fig. 2 is an example of the Split Edit Display. While editing
above the line of dashes is unrestricted at this point, the source
file below the line of dashes is restricted to non-editing functions.
The source file being browsed or copied from allows the following
- Rolling up and down through the file.
- Windowing through the file to the left or right.
- Scanning for character strings based upon the scan line.
- Locating a source number on the top of the split display.
- Going up or down "n" lines.
- Keying a "C" on a line to define that line to be copied.
- Keying "CC" pairs on lines to define blocks of lines to be
When the user keys the "C" or "CC" pairs in one of the sequence number
fields in the source file being browsed, a target can then be...