Date: Thu, 3 Nov 2011 09:55:36 -0400
Reply-To: Bolotin Yevgeniy <YBolotin@SCHOOLS.NYC.GOV>
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From: Bolotin Yevgeniy <YBolotin@SCHOOLS.NYC.GOV>
Subject: Re: Equivalent of "top" command in command line for the enhanced
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Doesn't look like it :( i guess you could just chain together a few
hundred UPs for a similar effect, but looks cumbersome
"TOP" moves the cursor to the beginning of the document (line 1, column
1). It does the same as pressing Ctrl-Home.
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Subject: Equivalent of "top" command in command line for the enhanced
When using the "enhanced editor", if I put the word "top" in the command
line I get the following "Unrecognized command 'top'"
I was wondering if there is any COMMAND to do this in the enhanced
(I already know that there are keyboard-shortcuts to do this but I want
use a line like
in a program I'm preparing).
Thanks in advance for any help!