Date: Wed, 22 Sep 2010 08:50:33 -0400
Reply-To: Suzanne McCoy <Suzanne.McCoy@CATALINAMARKETING.COM>
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From: Suzanne McCoy <Suzanne.McCoy@CATALINAMARKETING.COM>
Subject: Re: Shortcuts in Unix environment
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/* */ or * ; work in any environment
the other depends on how you are editing the file. If using display manager you can use > or < on the line numbers to shift things. If using vi you can shift one line over like you want then move down to the next line and hit . to duplicate the action you just made on the line above.
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Subject: Shortcuts in Unix environment
When using SAS in the Windows environment, one can comment out code
using the "Ctrl /" shortcut. I was wondering if there is any equivalent
way of doing this when using SAS in the Unix environment. (SAS 8)
I would also like to know if anyone has found a nice way of shifting a
block of text to the left or right by using a keyboard shortcut in the
Unix environment for SAS 8.
Thanks in advance for any tips!