Microsoft OS/2 SDK 1.02

This copy of the Microsoft OS/2 SDK (1.02) was obtained from the WinWorld website. Unfortunately, it’s missing the NETWORK disk, so we’ve included an empty NETWORK disk that allows the SDK installation script to finish.

This SDK was released in December 1987 along with Microsoft OS/2 1.0. We do not have any of the printed documentation that came with the SDK, such as the Installation Guide, but we do have the Microsoft® Operating System/2 Programmer’s Toolkit documentation from March 1988, thanks to the OS/2 Museum.

Other documentation is available for selected OS/2 SDK tools:

Installation

If you mount the TOOLKIT1 disk and look in the OS2DOC folder, you’ll find READ.ME!, which includes some very useful information about the SDK installation process:

The installation guide is confusing, can you give me three easy steps to
installing the SDK?

    Sure.  First, put the program diskette into your machine and reboot it.
    Follow the instructions.  If you have a new machine, first format the
    hard drive, then reboot with the program diskette.

    Second: copy the files \OS2DOC\INPUT.EXE and \OS2DOC\INSTSDK.CMD from the
    TOOLKIT diskette to the root of your hard drive.  Run the program INSTSDK
    and answer its questions.

    Thats, all. [sic]

One of the first questions that the INSTSDK.CMD script asks is:

Are you installing MS OS/2 SDK on a PS/2 machine?

PCjs currently only simulates PC, XT and AT-class machines, not PS/2 machines, so you might be inclined to answer NO to that question, but in fact, the correct answer is YES, because the SDK doesn’t actually care what kind of machine you’re using. It’s asking that question merely to determine whether you’re using 3.5-inch or 5.25-inch SDK distribution diskettes. These disks happen to be the 3.5-inch versions, so you must pretend you’re using a PS/2.

Also, this SDK may have only been tested with Microsoft’s release of OS/2 1.0, because if you install it on IBM OS/2 1.0, the script will fail when it attempts to run LIBBUILD to build all the C runtime libraries. Apparently, this is because IBM OS/2 1.0 creates an OS2INIT.CMD with PATH set to:

C:\;C:\OS2;C:\OS2\INSTALL;

so when INSTSDK.CMD updates the PATH, it appends its own directories with a leading semi-colon, resulting in:

C:\;C:\OS2;C:\OS2\INSTALL;;C:\OS2SDK\TOOLS\BIN;C:\OS2SDK\TOOLS\PBIN

and the “double semi-colon” apparently causes PATH searches to terminate prematurely, so the LIBBUILD program will not be found.

To complete the SDK installation, fix the PATH in OS2INIT.CMD, then type the following command:

for %i in (s m c l) do libbuild %i em %LIB%

and now your MS OS/2 SDK should be fully installed. Well, not quite fully, because you won’t have the files from the missing NETWORK disk; specifically:

IPCCALLS.DLL
IPCCALLS.LIB
IPCTEST.C
LANMAN.INI
MAILSLOT.H
MAKEFILE
NAMPIPE.SYS
NMPIPE.H
README.DOC

but you aren’t likely to need those. We will rebuild a copy of that missing disk from other sources and include it with the SDK diskettes at a later date.

Directory of MS OS/2 SDK 1.02: TOOLKIT1

 Volume in drive A is OS2TOOLKIT1

Directory of A:\

DEMOS        <DIR>     12-15-87  12:00a
OS2DOC       <DIR>     12-15-87  12:00a
PROFILER     <DIR>     12-15-87  12:00a
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Directory of A:\DEMOS

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\ALLOC

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\ARGUMENT

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\ASMEXMPL

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\ASYNCIO

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\BEEPC

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\CONFIG

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\COUNTRY

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\CRITSEC

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\CSALIAS

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\CWAIT

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\DATETIME

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\DOSEXIT

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\DYNLINK

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\EXITLIST

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\FSINFO

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\GETENV

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Directory of A:\OS2DOC

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Directory of A:\PROFILER

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Directory of A:\PROFILER\EXAMPLE

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Total files listed:
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            		   69632 bytes free

Directory of MS OS/2 SDK 1.02: TOOLKIT2

 Volume in drive A is OS2TOOLKIT2

Directory of A:\

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Directory of A:\DEMOS

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\HUGE

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\INFOSEG

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\IOPL

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\KILL

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\MACHMODE

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\MONITORS

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\MOVE

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\PIPES

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\QUEUES

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\REALLOC

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\SESSION

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\SETMAXFH

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\SETVEC

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\SHARE

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\SIGNAL

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\SLEEP

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\SUBALLOC

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\SUSPEND

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Directory of A:\DEMOS\EXAMPLES\THREADS

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Using SDKED

SDK Editor (SDKED) was essentially an OS/2 port of Mark Zbikowski’s Editor (Z) that was used internally at Microsoft for many years. It was renamed to the Microsoft Editor (M or MEP) with the release of Microsoft C 5.1, and it was later integrated into Programmer’s Workbench (PWB), the text-mode Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that came with Microsoft C 6.0.

While we don’t have the SDK documentation, we have unearthed a copy of the “User’s Guide to the Z Editor” by Mark Zbikowski, August 4, 1986, included below.

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                         User's Guide to the Z Editor

                                Mark Zbikowski

                                4 August 1986


















































                              Table of Contents

   
   Starting Z..................................................... 1
   Editing Functions.............................................. 4
   Editing Switches and Flags.................................... 15
   Keystroke Macros.............................................. 17
   Index......................................................... 21
   Revision History.............................................. 23

   


















































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                            What is the Z editor?

   Z is an editor, a program for creating and altering files.

   The editor creates the file specified or copies an existing file from
   disk into memory.  Then when the file is "saved", the copy in Z
   overwrites the copy on disk. The copy that was overlayed may be
   retrieved with the UNDEL command (see UNDEL.HLP and also the "backup"
   switch below).

   Z makes your screen into a window on the file you are editing.  The
   window can move forwards or backwards to any point in the file.  The
   cursor identifies the focus of each edit operation.

   The simplest editing operation is to move the cursor to the place you
   want to change and start typing characters.  What you type is stored in
   the corresponding location in the copy of the file in Z.  If you are in
   INSERT mode, then the characters you type are inserted at the cursor
   location instead of overwriting what is already there.

   The editor interprets ASCII control characters and some ASCII character
   sequences as commands.  Each control character has an editing command
   associated with it. You can change the association between editor
   commands and control characters or character sequences with the <switch>
   command.


                                  Starting Z

   Z uses several environment variables during its start-up.  First, Z
   looks for a file called TOOLS.INI by searching all the directories
   contained in the USER environment variable.  Contained in this TOOLS.INI
   file are any customizations you wish to make to the editor function
   assignments and editor switch settings. This file is optional.  Starting
   Z with the /D switch prevents TOOLS.INI from being read.

   Z uses a scratch file during it execution.  Normally, this file (Z.VM)
   is created in the root directory on the default drive when Z is started.
   If you want this file to be created elsewhere, for example on a ram-
   drive, you may use the TMP environment variable to direct Z to place it
   elsewhere.  The TMP variable is also used to locate other temporary
   files that Z uses.

   The TOOLS.INI file is used to maintain configuration information.  The
   files are divided into sections by tags which are the name of a tool
   surrounded by square brackets.  In the case of the Z editor, the
   following tags are used:

     [z]     following this tag should be general Z initialization

     [z-x.y] following this tag should be Z initialization peculiar to a
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   For a sample of user initialization, see the TOOLS.INI file.

   The definitions in these files have one of several forms.  Below are the
   forms and a description of each.

     NAME=xx yy zz...

   This assignment directs Z to view the sequence of characters xx yy zz
   ... (in hexadecimal) as a single keystroke.  This is often used for
   naming function keys on your terminal.

     NAME="chars"

   Similar to the previous form except that the characters are named
   explicitly. Quotes may be preceded with the "\" character to allow you
   to enter them directly.

     function:=function1 function2...

   Defines a new function in terms of existing functions.  This is called a
   MACRO. When the new function is executed by Z, each function contained
   in the definition is executed in order.  Further information is
   contained in the Keyboard Macros section below.

     function:keys

   Causes Z to execute the named function when the specified keys are read
   from the keyboard.  The keys are either a key name as defined above or a
   sequence of characters to be used.  Note that ^X in such a sequence
   stands for CONTROL-X rather than up-arrow-X.  You may have several keys
   or key sequences assigned to a particular editing function, but you may
   have ONLY one function on a key or sequence.  A description of the
   available editing functions is below.

     switch:value

   Set a particular configuration switch in Z to a value.  See the
   "switches and flags" section below for more information.

   Anyway, when Z is through initializing, it attempts to read the file
   specified on the command line.  If Z was invoked without an argument, it
   will attempt to read in the most recently edited file.

   When the file has been read in, Z will display the file on the top 23
   lines of the screen.  The bottom two lines are used as follows:

        The 24th line is used as a dialog line.  Prompts and messages
        appear on this line.

        The 25th line is used as a status line.  The information that
        appears is (from left-to-right):

        filename of file being edited 
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        the word modified, if you have changed the file   
        the length in lines of the file    
        the position in (row, column) form of the upper-left corner of the
        screen relative to the first byte of the file.  (1,1) is the top of
        the file

   Now for the interesting part.  Normally, when a key sequence is
   recognized by Z as being attached to an editing function, Z will execute
   that function.

   Most functions have a 'default' action which is unchangeable.  You may
   change this action by preceding the editing function with an argument
   and/or a mode- function modifier.

   Arguments are introduced by the <arg> editor function.  When you enter
   the <arg> function, Z will reverse the video at the current cursor
   position. You may then enter the argument as follows:

     A sequence of cursor movements:

        If the cursor ends up on top of the <arg> then the argument is
             called a nullarg and represents either the remainder of the
             line up to (and possibly including the line break) or
             represents the next space-terminated word on the line
             depending on the editing function.

        If the cursor ends up on the same line but on a different column,
             the argument is called a streamarg and represents all text
             from the leftmost of the <arg> and cursor up to one character
             position to the left of the rightmost of the <arg> and cursor.

        If the cursor ends up in the same column as the <arg> then the
             argument is called a linearg and represents the range of lines
             beginning with the line that contains the <arg> up to and
             including the line that contains the cursor.

        If the cursor ends up on a different line and column from the
             <arg>, the arg is known as a boxarg and may represent either a
             rectangle of text whose diagonal is delimited by the <arg> and
             cursor or the sequence of characters beginning at the
             uppermost of <arg> and cursor through the bottommost of <arg>
             and cursor including the line breaks.  This distinction is
             made by the editing function itself.

     You may also type normal characters.  You are prompted, on the dialog
     line, to enter an argument.  The types of textual arguments are:

        ASCII text.  This is called a textarg.  The argument to the
             function is merely the text you have typed.

        A number.  This is called a numarg and is the same as if you had
             moved the cursor either upward or downward the specified
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        A bookmark.  This is called a markarg.  This is the same as if you
             had moved the cursor to the bookmark position.  To define a
             bookmark, see the <mark> command.

   The only mode-command modifier at the present is the <meta> command.
   Its effect on each function is described in that function's description.


                              Editing Functions

   Here is the current set of Z functions with a description of the allowed
   arguments and a description of how they affect the command's operation.
   Also, in each function description is the default assignment.

   <arg> (^X) introduces an argument to modify a subsequent operation.  To
     cancel an  <arg>, enter the <cancel> command.  There are no modifiers
     or arguments allowed for this command.

   <assign> (^^) makes a Z configuration change.  An argument MUST be
     specified and be of the form described for TOOLS.INI above:

     <arg>linearg<assign> treats each line as a separate assignment or key
        definition.

     <arg>textarg<assign> treats textarg as an assignment or a key
        definition.

     <arg>nullarg<assign> treats the remainder of the line to the right of
        the cursor but not including the line break as an assignment or a
        key definition.

     <arg>streamarg<assign> treats the outlined text as an assignment or a
        key definition.

     The special case of <arg>?<assign> displays all the current keyboard
     assignments.

   <backtab> (SHIFT-TAB) is a cursor movement function.  It will move the
     cursor leftward to the next tabstop.  Tabstops are defined to be every
     nth character where n is settable by the tabstops editor switch.
     Being a cursor movement function, <backtab> takes no arguments nor
     mode-command modifiers.

   <begline> (END) is a cursor movement function that places the cursor on
     the first non-blank character on the line.

     <meta><begline> places the cursor on the first character position on
        the line regardless of the contents of the line.

   <cancel> (^C) will cancel the current operation in progress.  Depending
     on your operating system, some of these operations may be completed
     before the <cancel> is read.  <cancel> will always cancel an argument
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   <cdelete> (BACKSPACE or ^H) will attempt to delete the previous
     character. Note that this function will NOT delete line breaks.  For
     that function, see the <emacscdel> function below.  If the cursor is
     in column 1, <cdelete> will move the cursor to the previous line and
     place it just to the right of the last character on that line.  If
     issued while an argument was being issued, <cdelete> is treated as a
     cursor-left command.  If issued in insert mode, <cdelete> will delete
     the previous character from the line, reducing the length of the line
     by 1.  If there is nothing but whitespace on the line to the left of
     the cursor, the cursor is placed in column 1 of the line.  If the
     cursor is beyond the last non- whitespace character on the line, it is
     moved to the character immediately to the right of the end of line.
     Otherwise, the cursor is moved one position to the left and a space
     replaces the character under the cursor.

   <compile> (^U) is used to perform background compilations and to review
     error messages from them.

     <compile> will read the next error message and attempt to parse it
        into file, row, column and message.  If it is successful, Z will
        read in the file, place the cursor on the appropriate row and
        column, and display the message on the dialog line.  <compile>
        currently works with GREP, Lattice C, Microsoft C, and the C-based
        Microsoft Assembler.

     <meta><compile> will read error messages and advance to the first
        message that is NOT for the current file.

     <arg>nullarg<compile> will attempt to compile the current file,
        resulting in the current file being compiled and linked.  The
        command and arguments used to compile the file are determined by
        the extension of the file and can be changed by the extmake: switch
        .

     <arg>textarg<compile> uses a special command and arguments to compile
        the specified text.  This can be changed by using the extmake:
        switch with extension "text".

     <arg>streamarg<compile> as above but uses the text selected on the
        screen as the arguments for the command.

     <arg><arg>textarg<compile> will invoke the text as a program.  The
        program is assumed to display its errors in file row column message
        format. This is often useful to find text in a series of files by
        using GREP:
             grep /l pat files   ; zibo grep
             grep -n pat files   ; *NIX grep

   <curdate>  (ALT-D) is a predefined macro that will insert the current
     date at the current cursor position.

   <curday> is a predefined macro that will insert the current day at the
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   <curfileext> is a predefined macro that is the extension of the most
     recently switched file.

   <curfilenam> is a predefined macro that is the file name of the most
     recently switched file.

   <curtime>  (ALT-T) is a predefined macro that will insert the current
     time at the current cursor position.

   <curuser> is a predefined macro that will insert the name of the current
     user at the current cursor position.  This uses the MAILNAME
     environment variable.

   <down> (DOWN arrow) is a cursor movement function that moves the cursor
     to the line below the current one.  If this results in the cursor
     moving off the bottom of the screen, the window is adjusted
     appropriately.  Being a cursor movement function, <down> takes no
     arguments.

     <meta><down> moves the cursor to the same column position but to the
        last displayed line on the current window.

   <emacscdel> (CTRL-BACKSPACE) behaves identically to <cdelete> except
     that at the beginning of a line while in insert mode, <emacscdel> will
     delete the line break between the current line and the previous line,
     joining the two lines together.

   <emacsnewl> (unassigned) behaves identically to <newline> except that
     when in insert mode, it will break the current line at the current
     cursor position.

   <endline> (PGDN) moves the cursor beyond the last character on a line.

     <meta><endline> moves the cursor to the column corresponding to the
        right- most edge of the screen.

   <exit> (F9) is used to terminating an editing session.  There are
     editing flags and switches that modify the behaviour of the <exit>
     command: askexit/noaskexit, backup, entab, tmpsav (see Editing
     Switches and Flags section).

     <exit> saves the current file if it has been modified.  Z saves its
        temporary file and scans the set of in-core files.  If any are
        modified, Z will ask you to confirm the exit.

     <meta><exit> is identical to <exit> except that it skips the save of
        the current file.  See <setfile> for details of the saving
        operation.

     <arg><exit> is identical to <exit> except that Z does not exit but
        advances to the next file on the command line.

     <arg><meta><exit> is identical to <arg><exit> except that Z does not
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   <home> (HOME) is a cursor movement function that places the cursor in
     the upper-left-hand corner of the current window.

   <information> (F1) saves the current file and <setfile>'s to the
     information file which contains a list of all files in core along with
     the current set of files that you have edited.  The size of this list
     is controlled by the tmpsav switch.

   <initialize> (F2) causes Z to reread the user configuration files. This
     is useful when initially configuring your editor and when attempting
     to use someone else's keyboard assignments.

     <initialize> rereads all the Z switches for the user configuration
        files.

     <arg>text<initialize> rereads all the Z switches for the system and
        reads the user switches from the section of the user's TOOLS.INI
        that is tagged [Z- text].

   <insertmode> (^N) toggles the state of the insert mode switch.  This
     switch is easily seen on the right hand side of the status line.  When
     insert mode is on, each graphic character is inserted at the current
     cursor position, the remainder of the line is shifted one character to
     the right and the cursor is advanced one position.  Note, however,
     that the <newline> function is NOT a graphic character and does NOT
     cause insertion of a line break.  For this, please see the <emacsnewl>
     function.  Z normally is started in overstrike mode.  You can use the
     editor flag enterinsmode to cause Z to begin execution in insert mode.

   <ldelete> (^F) deletes a range of lines or a box within a series of
     lines.

     <ldelete> deletes the current line and places it into the pick buffer.

     <arg><ldelete> deletes from the cursor up to the end of line and
        places that text into the pick buffer.  Note that it does not join
        the current line with the next line.

     <arg>linearg<ldelete> deletes all lines specified and places the block
        into the pick buffer.

     <arg>boxarg<ldelete> deletes the box specified from the file and
        places it into the pick buffer.

     <arg>streamarg<ldelete> deletes the specified characters (treated as a
        box one line high).

   <left> (LEFT arrow) moves the cursor one position to the left.  If this
     results in the cursor being off the screen, then the window is
     adjusted appropriately by scrolling a number of columns defined by the
     hscroll editor switch.

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   <linsert> (^D) inserts blank lines.

     <linsert> inserts one blank line underneath the cursor.

     <arg><linsert> inserts or deletes blanks at the beginning of a line to
        make the first non-blank character appear under the cursor.

     <arg>linearg<linsert> inserts the indicated range of blank lines.

     <arg>boxarg<linsert> inserts an empty box in the indicated range.

     <arg>streamarg<linsert> inserts an empty region (treated as a box one
        line high).

   <mark> (^P) goes to a specified spot in a file.

     <mark> goes to beginning of file.

     <arg><mark> restores the screen to its previous location.  Z remembers
        only one previous location.  <arg><mark> is used to flip between
        two viewpoints in the file.

     <arg>numarg<mark> moves the cursor to the beginning of the specified
        line.

     <arg><arg>text<mark> defines a bookmark at the current cursor
        location. That bookmark can now be addressed with the specified
        textual name.

     <arg>text<mark> moves the cursor to the indicated bookmark.  If it was
        not previously defined, Z will use the editor switch markfile to
        find a file that contains bookmark definitions.  This file contains
        lines of the form: bookmark file row column

   <meta> (ESC) is a function modifier.  It is used to prefix functions to
     change their behaviour.  See the individual function description for
     more information.

   <mlines> (^W) adjusts the window on the file a few lines towards the
     beginning of the file.

     <mlines> adjusts the window backwards in the file.  The number of
        lines it is moved is determined by the editor switch vscroll.

     <arg><mlines> moves the window until the line that the cursor is on is
        at the bottom of the screen.

     <arg>numarg<mlines> moves the window backwards the specified number of
        lines.

   <mpage> (^Q) moves the window back by pages.

     <mpage> moves the window backwards in the file by one screen's worth
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     <arg><mpage> moves the window all the way back to the beginning of the
        file.

     <arg>numarg<mpage> moves the window the specified number of pages
        backward in the file.

   <mpara> (CTRL-PGUP) moves the cursor backwards by paragraphs.
     Paragraphs are blocks of text separated by blank lines.

     <mpara> moves the cursor backwards one paragraph and places the cursor
        on the first line of the paragraph

     <meta><mpara> moves the cursor backwards one paragraph and places the
        cursor just beyond the last line of the paragraph.

   <msearch> (^E) searches backwards in a file for a string or a regular
     expression. If the editor switch case is set then case is significant
     in the search otherwise case is ignored.

     <msearch> searches backwards for the previously defined string or
        pattern. If the string/pattern is found, then the window is moved
        to display it and the matched string/pattern is highlighted.  If it
        was not found, no cursor movement takes place.

     <arg>streamarg<msearch> searches backwards for the selected text.  In
        this case, the text is treated as a simple string.

     <arg>text<msearch> searches backwards for the text.  In this case, the
        text is treated as a simple string.

     <arg><arg>streamarg<msearch>
     <arg><arg>text<msearch> searches backwards for a regular expression.

     The patterns that Z understands are called "regular expressions".
     These are true regular expressions (plus some optimizations) rather
     than the much-weakened form that is used on the *NIX xGREPs.

     The simplest form of regular expression is just a string, like
     "hello". This pattern will match occurrences of the word "hello", or
     substrings of words like "othello".  It will even match the string
     "Hello" if the nocase editor switch is given.  Most characters in a
     regular expression match themselves, but some characters (one of
     "{}()[]!~:?^$+*@#") have a special meaning to the pattern matcher.
     These special characters are used to specify more complex patterns:

     \  "escape"; ignore the special meaning of the next character and just
        match that character.  "\?" matches the question-mark and "\\"
        matches a single backslash.

     ?  "wildcard";  match any character.

     [class]  "character class";  this is used to match one of a set of
        characters. "[abc]" matches an "a", "b", or "c".  The character "-"




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        is used here to specify a range of characters; "[a-zA-z0-9]"
        matches a letter or a number.

     [~class]  "not character class"; this is used to match a character
        that is NOT in the specified set of characters.

     ^  "beginning of line";  this matches or "anchors" a pattern to the
        beginning of the line.

     $  "end of line";  matches the end of a line.

     In the following, X denotes some regular expression:

     X* "closure";  this matches zero or more occurrences of the pattern X.
        It will match as few X's as it can, e.g. if the pattern is "?*ab"
        then it will match the first "ab" in "abababab".  If the pattern is
        "?*ab$", then it will match the entire string "abababab", with the
        "?*" portion of the pattern matching "ababab".

     X+ "plus"; this is just a shorthand for XX+.  It will match one or
        more occurrences of the pattern X.

     [email protected]  "greedy closure"; this matches zero or more occurrences of the
        pattern X, but it starts out by matching as many X's as it can. and
        backs off on this choice ONLY if the rest of the pattern doesn't
        match.  So, the pattern "[email protected]" will match the whole string
        "abababab", unlike "?*ab" above.

     X# "greedy plus";  a shorthand for [email protected]

     (X1!X2!...!Xn)  "alternation";  this will match either X1, or X2, ...
        or Xn. It tries them in that order and it will switch from Xi to
        Xi+1 only if the rest of the pattern fails to match.

     ~X "not" or "guard";  this pattern matches nothing, but it checks to
        see if the string matches X at this point, and fails if it does.
        For example, "^~(foo!bar)?*$" will match all lines that don't begin
        with "foo" or "bar".

     X^n  "power";  this pattern matches exactly n copies of X.

     The following commonly used patters are defined for your typing
     convenience. To use them, just put :<letter> in your pattern:

        :a   [a-zA-Z0-9]                   alphanumeric
        :b   ([ \t]#)                      whitespace
        :c   [a-zA-Z]                      alphabetic
        :d   [0-9]                         digit
        :f   ([~ "\[\]\:<|>+=;,.]#)        file part
        :h   ([0-9a-zA-Z]#)                hex number
        :i   ([a-zA-Z_$][a-zA-Z0-9_$]@)    identifier
        :n   ([0-9]#.[0-9]@![0-9]@.[0-9]#![0-9]#)    number
        :p   (([a-z]\:!)(\\!)(:f(.:f!)\\)@:f(.:f!))  path
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        :w   ([a-zA-Z]#)                   word
        :z   ([0-9]#)                      integer

   <mword> (unassigned) moves the cursor backwards by words.

     <mword> moves the cursor backwards one word and places the cursor on
        the beginning of the word.

     <meta><mword> moves the cursor backwards one word and places the
        cursor just beyond the end of the word.

   <newline> (ENTER or ^M) moves the cursor to a new line.

     <newline> moves the cursor to the beginning of the next line.  If the
        editor switch softcr is set, then Z will attempt to place the
        cursor on a meaningfully tabbed-in position based on the type of
        file. If the file is a C program, then Z will attempt to correctly
        tab in based on continuation of lines and on open blocks.
        Otherwise, if the next line is blank, Z will place the cursor in
        the column corresponding to the first non-blank character in the
        previous line.  If all else fails, Z places the cursor on the first
        non-blank character of the line.

     <meta><newline> moves the cursor to the real beginning of the next
        line.

   <pbal> (^V) balances parenthesis and brackets.

     <pbal> scans backwards through the file balancing parenthesis and
        brackets. When the first unbalanced one is found, the matching
        character is placed into the file at the cursor position. If it is
        found in the visible window, Z will alter its color for a short
        interval.  If it is found and it is not visible, Z will display the
        matching line on the dialog line.

     <arg><pbal> scans forward for unbalanced characters.

   <pick> (^K) grabs text from the file and places it into the pick buffer.
     This allows simple copy-and-paste operations.

     <pick> places the current line into the pick buffer.

     <arg><pick> places the text from the current cursor position up to the
        end-of- line into the pick buffer.  Note that the line break is not
        picked up.

     <arg>linearg<pick> places the specified range of lines into the pick
        buffer.

     <arg>boxarg<pick> places the text of specified box into the pick
        buffer.

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     <arg>numarg<pick> places the specified range of lines into the pick
        buffer.

     <arg>markarg<pick> places the range of text between the cursor and the
        location of the bookmark into the pick buffer.

   <plines> (^T) adjusts the window on the file a few lines towards the end
     of the file.

     <plines> adjusts the window forward in the file.  The number of lines
        it is moved is determined by the editor switch vscroll.

     <arg><plines> moves the window until the line that the cursor is on is
        at the top of the screen.

     <arg>numarg<plines> moves the window forward the specified number of
        lines.

   <ppage> (^L) moves the window forward by pages.

     <ppage> moves the window forwards in the file by one screen's worth of
        lines.

     <arg><ppage> moves the window all the way to the end of the file.

     <arg>numarg<ppage> moves the window the specified number of pages
        forward in the file.

   <ppara> (CTRL-PGDN) moves the cursor forwards by paragraphs.  Paragraphs
     are blocks of text separated by blank lines.

     <ppara> moves the cursor forwards one paragraph and places the cursor
        on the first line of the paragraph

     <meta><ppara> moves the cursor forwards one paragraph and places the
        cursor just beyond the last line of the paragraph.

   <psearch> (^R) searches forwards in a file for a string or a regular
     expression. See <msearch> for the definition of the regular expression
     patterns.

     <psearch> searches forwards for the previously defined string or
        pattern. If the string/pattern is found, then the window is moved
        to display it and the matched string/pattern is highlighted.  If it
        was not found, no cursor movement takes place.

     <arg>streamarg<psearch> searches forwards for the selected text.  In
        this case, the text is treated as a simple string.

     <arg>text<psearch> searches forwards for the text.  In this case, the
        text is treated as a simple string.

     <arg><arg>streamarg<psearch>
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   <push> (^Z) runs the command shell.  Depending on the OS, you either get
     COMMAND.COM or SH.

     <push> saves the current file and runs the shell.

     <meta><push> does not save the current file and runs the shell.  See
        <setfile> for a description of the save operation.

     <arg><push> uses the text on the screen from the cursor up to end-of-
        line as a command to the shell.

     <arg>text<push> uses the text as a command to the shell.

   <put> (^G) inserts the text of the pick buffer into the file beginning
     at the current cursor position.  The insertion depends on the type of
     text stored in the pick buffer:

     <arg>text<put>

   <arg>streamarg<put> places the specified text into the pick buffer and
   inserts the specified text at the current cursor position.

     <arg><arg>text<put> interprets text as a filename and will insert the
        contents of the specified file into the current file at the current
        cursor position.

     lines are inserted directly before the cursor and do not break the
     line. boxes are inserted in the current line and all succeeding lines.
     streams break the current line and are inserted at the cursor.

   <pword> (unassigned) moves the cursor forwards by words.

     <pword> moves the cursor forwards one word and places the cursor on
        the beginning of the word.

     <meta><pword> moves the cursor forwards one word and places the cursor
        just beyond the end of the word.

   <qreplace> (CTRL-ENTER or ^J) performs global search and replace but
     prompts for confirmation of each replacement.  See <replace>.

   <quote> (unassigned) reads one keystroke from the keyboard and treats it
     literally. This is useful for inserting text into a file that happens
     to be assigned to an editor function.

   <refresh> (F10) reloads or discards the current file.

     <refresh> prompts and rereads the file from disk, discarding all
        edits.

     <arg><refresh> prompts and discards the file from the editor memory.

   <replace> (^O) performs global search and replace.  The editor switch
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     <replace>
     <arg><replace>
        perform simple search and replace, prompting you for the search
        string and for the replacement string.  The search begins at the
        cursor position and continues through the end of file.

     <arg>linearg<replace> performs the search and replace on the specified
        line range.

     <arg>numarg<replace> performs the search and replace on the specified
        line range.

     <arg>boxarg<replace> performs the search and replace within the
        specified box.

     <arg>markarg<replace> performs the search and replace between the
        cursor and the specified bookmark.

     <arg><arg><replace>
     <arg><arg>linearg<replace>
     <arg><arg>numarg<replace>
     <arg><arg>boxarg<replace>
     <arg><arg>markarg<replace>
        all perform the same as above except that the search pattern is a
        regular expression and the replacement pattern can select special
        tagged sections of the search for selective replacement.  If the
        regular expression contains {...} these are not matched directly
        (except when preceded with a \).  They indicate the beginning and
        end of tagged sections.  You can select from these in the
        replacement string by $n where n is a digit from 0 to 9.  $0
        represents the entire matched string.  For example, if the pattern
        is

        "^{[a-zA-Z]@} #{[0-9]@}$"
     
        and the string is "Fahrenheit 451", the first pair of curly braces
        will mark off "Fahrenheit", and the second pair will delimit "451".
        You can refer to the first field as $1, the second as $2, and the
        whole matched string as $0.

   <restcur> is a predefined macro that restores the current cursor
     position saved with <savecur>.

   <right> (RIGHT arrow) moves the cursor one position to the right.  If
     this results in the cursor being off the screen, then the window is
     adjusted appropriately by scrolling the number of columns specified by
     the hscroll editor switch.

     <meta><right> moves the cursor to the rightmost position on the
        screen.

   <savecurs> is a predefined macro that saves the current cursor position
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   <sdelete> (^S) deletes a stream of text.  This includes line breaks and
     parallels what simpler editors (vi, emacs) do.

     <sdelete> delete one character under the cursor.  This does not delete
        line breaks.  It does not place that character into the pick
        buffer.

     <arg><sdelete> delete from the cursor through the end-of-line, joining
        the following line with the current line the cursor position.  The
        text deleted (including the line break) is placed into the pick
        buffer.

     <arg>streamarg<sdelete> delete the indicated stream of text.

     <arg>linearg<sdelete>
     <arg>boxarg<sdelete>
     <arg>markarg<sdelete> delete the text beginning at the bookmark and
        ending at the cursor including all line breaks.  All removed text
        is entered into the pick buffer.

   <setfile> (^B) switches the file currently being edited, optionally
     saving any changes to the current file. If the name of the file you
     indicate contains any meta-characters (? or *) Z will display a menu
     of all matching files.  If the file to be save is read-only, Z will
     prompt you for another name under which to save the file.  Z will also
     allow you to specify a environment variable as part of the name to be
     searched.  For example, if you have a batch file FOO.BAT somewhere in
     your execution path, you can use <setfile> to visit it by entering
     <arg>$PATH:FOO.BAT<setfile>.

     <setfile> switches to the most-recently edited file saving any
        changes. Toggling between two file is accomplished by repeated
        <setfile>'s.

     <arg><setfile> switches to the file name that begins at the cursor and
        ends on the first blank, saving any changes made to the current
        file.  If the text indicated is in actuality a directory, Z will
        change its working directory to that specified.

     <arg>text<setfile> switches to the specified text. If the text
        indicated is in actuality a directory, Z will change its working
        directory to that specified.

     <meta><setfile>
     <arg><meta><setfile>
     <arg>text<meta><setfile> as above but disables the saving of changes
        to the current file.

     <arg><arg>text<setfile> saves the current file under the specified
        name.

     <arg><arg><setfile> saves the current file.

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     <setwindow> redisplays the entire screen.

     <meta><setwindow> redisplays the line that the cursor is on.

     <arg><setwindow> adjusts the window so that the cursor position is in
        the upper left.

   <sinsert> (^A) inserts streams of blank space.

     <sinsert> inserts a single blank space.

     <arg><sinsert> inserts a line break at the current cursor position,
        splitting the line at the cursor.

     <arg>linearg<sinsert>
     <arg>boxarg<sinsert>
     <arg>markarg<sinsert> break the line at the bookmark and insert the
        appropriate number of blank lines and spaces.

   <tab> (TAB or ^I) is a cursor movement function.  It will move the
     cursor rightward to the next tabstop.  Tabstops are defined to be
     every nth character where n is settable by the tabstops editor switch.
     Being a cursor movement function, <tab> takes no arguments nor mode-
     command modifiers.

   <up> (UP arrow) is a cursor movement function that moves the cursor to
     the line above the current one.  If this results in the cursor moving
     off the top of the screen, the window is adjusted appropriately.
     Being a cursor movement function, <up> takes no arguments.

     <meta><up> moves the cursor to the same column position but to the top
        of the displayed window.

   <window> (^Y) creates, destroys and moves between editing windows.  Z
     allows the screen to be broken up into up to 8 non-overlapping editing
     windows that each can contain different files.

     <window> moves to the next window to the right of or below the current
        window.

     <arg><window> splits the current window horizontally at the cursor.

     <arg><arg><window> splits the current window vertically at the cursor.

     <meta><window> merges the current window with one to the right or
        below.


                          Editing Switches and Flags

   Editing switches that take numerical values and their default values.

     bgcolor (0) gives the background color for the editing screen.  This
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     debug (0) controls display of macros while they are being executed.
        See the documentation on keystroke macros below.

     entab (1) controls the degree of tabification that Z performs when
        outputting a file.  entab:0 directs Z to output the file with no
        tabs.  entab:1 directs Z to attempt to entab all multiple spaces
        outside of quoted strings.  These strings are delimited either with
        quotes (") or apostrophes (').  entab:2 directs Z to maximally
        entab the line.

     errcolor (4) is the color used when displaying error messages on the
        screen.  This is available only on the IBM PC version.

     fgcolor (7) is the color used for foreground display of the editing
        windows.  This is available only on the IBM PC version.

     height (23) is the number of lines that Z uses in the editing window.
        This is useful when using a nonstandard display device:  EGA in 43-
        line mode on the IBM PC and Ambassador terminals are simple
        examples.

     hike (4) is the location on the screen of the cursor when the cursor
        is moved by editing functions.  Some of the cursor movement
        commands above move the cursor as opposed to scroll the cursor.
        Scrolling is controlled by the hscroll and vscroll parameters
        below.  For direct movement, hike is the position in the editing
        window where Z will place the cursor on the direct movement.

     hscroll (10) is the number of columns scrolled when the cursor is
        scrolled off of the editing window.

     infcolor (6) is the color used for information messages.  This is
        available only on the IBM PC version.

     rmargin (72) is the right margin column used in wordwrap mode.  Any
        space hit to the right of this margin causes a line break as does
        any character hit beyond the rmargin+4 position.  Wordwrap mode is
        set by the wordwrap switch below.

     stacolor (3) is the color used for the status line.  This is available
        only on the IBM PC version.

     tabstops (4) is the number of spaces between each logical tab stop on
        the editing screen.  Note that these tabstops are attached to the
        file and not to the window.

     tmpsav (20) is the number of files that Z remembers between editing
        sessions. When you exit Z, the specified number of files are saved
        in a temp file along with the position of the window and cursor
        within each.  Also saved is the layout of the windows you had
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     vscroll (7) is the number of lines scrolled when the cursor is
        scrolled off the editing window.  It is also the number of lines
        scrolled by the <plines> and <mlines> editing functions.

   Editing switches that are boolean in nature.  To set switch put switch:
   in TOOLS.INI, to reset switch put noswitch: in tools.ini, e.g. askexit:
   or noaskexit.

     askexit (off) causes Z to prompt for confirmation when you exit.

     askrtn (on) causes Z to prompt for confirmation when you return to
        after <push>

     autosave (on) causes Z to save the current file whenever you switch
        away from it. Some users prefer to issue a command to save the file
        rather than have Z "know" when to do it for them.

     case (off) causes Z to consider case to be significant for search and
        replace operations.

     enterinsmode (off) causes Z to start up in insert mode as opposed to
        overstrike mode.

     softcr (on) lets Z guess at proper indentation when the <newline> or
        <emacsnewl> editing functions are hit.

     trailspace (off) causes Z to remember trailing spaces in text.
        Normally, Z discards trailing spaces.

     wordwrap (off) causes Z to break lines of text on word boundaries when
        you edit them beyond the margin specified by rmargin.

   Editing switches that are textual in nature:

     backup (undel)is the method used for creating backup versions of
        edited files. The text that follows is one of the following:

     none    perform no backup operation.
     undel   delete the file so that the UNDEL command can retrieve it.
     bak     place the previous version in a version with the extension
     .bak.

     extmake (none)is used to associate a compiler and command line with a
        particular extension for use by the <compile> command.  The text
        that follows the switch is of the form:

             extension command arguments

        where extension is the extension of the file to match, command is a
        command to execute and arguments are the parameters to be passed to
        the command.  There may be a %s in the arguments section  that is
        replaced with the name of the current file or with the selected
        text (see <compile>).  The special extension "text" is used to set
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     markfile (none)is the name of the file Z searches when looking for a
        bookmark that is not in the in-memory set.

     readonly (none)is the command that will be invoked when z attempts to
        overwrite a readonly file.  The current file name will be appended
        to the command, e.g.

             readonly: chmode -r


                               Keystroke Macros

   The above set of editing functions are a fairly comprehensive set of
   functions that you can use in your day-to-day editing.  Often, however,
   you can come up with a set of operations that are commonly executed
   together.  Instead of entering each function separately, a tedious
   operation of the keyboard is not comfortably laid out, you can define
   new editing functions that are defined in terms of the previously
   defined set of functions.

   This is done in two steps.  First, a definition of the editing function
   in terms of the components needs to be done.  You would use the <assign>
   function or your TOOLS.INI file to create this definition.  Remember
   that editing the TOOLS.INI does not define the function, you must either
   exit Z or use the <initialize> function to process it.  Remember too,
   that if you use the <assign> function to define an editing function, you
   will lose this definition if you exit Z.  This operation defines the new
   editing function.

   The next step is to assign a keyboard sequence to this function, causing
   the function to be executed each time the specific keys are pressed.
   Again, this can be accomplished either by editing the TOOLS.INI or by
   using the <assign> editing function.

   Let's try two examples.  First, define and assign a function that will
   delete from the cursor through the end of the current or next word.
   Normally, this is accomplished by entering the following editing
   functions:

        <arg>          ; define the beginning of a sdelete argument
        <meta>
        <pword>        ; move to end of current/next word
        <sdelete>      ; delete from arg through the current cursor
        position
                       ; including all line breaks.

   Let's call this new function worddelete.  To define it in the TOOLS.INI
   file all we need to do is locate the [Z] tagged section and add the
   following line:

        worddelete:=arg meta pword sdelete

   Easy, eh?  To assign this to a keystroke sequence, say ALT-D on the IBM
   PC keyboard, we'd also enter the line:



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        worddelete:ALT-D

   Once we'd reinitialize the editor (either via the <initialize> command
   or by exiting Z and then starting it up again), each time we'd hit ALT-
   D, a word would disappear.

   To insert actual text into the file inside a macro all you need to do is
   enclose that text in quotes.  The second example below shows how.  Let's
   define a function that inserts a C-language "if" statement before the
   line with the cursor.  You'd do this normally by typing:

        <arg>
        2
        <linsert>      ; insert two blank lines
        <up>
        <newline>      ; let Z guess at the indentation
        "if () {"      ; place in the first part of the if <newline>
        "}"            ; close the consequent
        <up>
        <begline>      ; put the cursor back onto the if

   The TOOLS.INI entries for this are:

        insert-if:=arg "2" linsert up newline "if () {" newline "}" up
        begline
        insert-if:ALT-I

   All editing functions have return codes.  These values may be tested and
   acted upon by the following macro statements:

   :>label  defines a label that can be referenced in any of the below
     macro commands.

   =>label  is a direct transfer to the specified label.  If label  is
     omitted then the current macro is exited.

   ->label  directs transfer to the specified label  iff the previous
     editor function returned FALSE.  If label  is omitted then the current
     macro is exited.

   +>label  directs transfer to the specified label  iff the previous
     editor function returned TRUE.  If label  is omitted then the current
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   Below is a list of all the editor functions and their return conditions.

   Function       Condition for            TRUE Condition for FALSE
   arg            Always                   Never
   assign         Assignment was successful     Invalid arg or assignment
   backtab        Cursor moved             Cursor was at left margin
   begline        Cursor moved             Cursor did not move
   cancel         Always                   Never
   cdelete        Cursor moved             Cursor did not move
   compile        Exec of compiler succeeded    Bad arg, compiler not found
   down           Cursor moved             Cursor did not move
   emacscdel      Cursor moved             Cursor did not move
   emacsnewl      Always                   Never
   endline        Cursor moved             Cursor did not move
   exit           No return                No return
   home           Cursor moved             Cursor did not move
   information    Always                   Never
   initialize     Successful initialization     Bad arg
   insertmode     If insert mode was on    If insert mode was off
   ldelete        Successful line delete   Bad arg
   left           Cursor moved             Cursor did not move
   linsert        Successful line insert   Bad arg
   mark           Succ. definition or move Bad arg or mark not found
   meta           If meta was on           If meta was off
   mlines         Successful movement      Bad arg
   mpage          Successful movement      Bad arg
   mpara          Successful movement      Bad arg
   msearch        Found string             Bad arg or not found
   mword          Cursor moved             Cursor did not move
   newline        Always                   Never
   pbal           Balance was successful   Bad arg or not balanced
   pick           Successful pick          Bad arg
   plines         Successful movement      Bad arg
   ppage          Successful movement      Bad arg
   ppara          Successful movement      Bad arg
   psearch        Found string             Bad arg or not found
   push           Successful push          Bad arg or prog not found
   put            Always                   Never
   pword          Cursor moved             Cursor did not move
   qreplace       >= 1 replacement         Not found, invalid pattern
   quote          Always                   Never
   refresh        File was read in/deleted Canceled, bad arg
   replace        >=1 replacement          Not found, invalid pattern
   right          Cursor over text of line Cursor beyond end of line
   sdelete        Successful delete        Bad arg
   setfile        Not canceled, changed    Bad arg, canceled
   setwindow      Successful window change Bad arg
   sinsert        Successful insert        Bad arg
   tab            Cursor moved             Cursor did not move
   up             Cursor moved             Cursor did not move
   window         Successful split/join/move    Any error






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                                    Index

   
   commands
     <arg> (^X)................................................... 4
     <assign> (^^)................................................ 4
     <backtab> (SHIFT-TAB)........................................ 4
     <begline> (END).............................................. 4
     <cancel> (^C)................................................ 4
     <cdelete> (BACKSPACE or ^H).................................. 4
     <compile> (^U)............................................... 5
     <curdate>  (ALT-D)........................................... 5
     <curday>..................................................... 5
     <curfileext>................................................. 5
     <curfilenam>................................................. 5
     <curtime>  (ALT-T)........................................... 5
     <curuser>.................................................... 5
     <down> (DOWN arrow).......................................... 5
     <emacscdel> (CTRL-BACKSPACE)................................. 6
     <emacsnewl> (unassigned)..................................... 6
     <endline> (PGDN)............................................. 6
     <exit> (F9).................................................. 6
     <home> (HOME)................................................ 6
     <information> (F1)........................................... 6
     <initialize> (F2)............................................ 6
     <insertmode> (^N)............................................ 6
     <ldelete> (^F)............................................... 7
     <left> (LEFT arrow).......................................... 7
     <linsert> (^D)............................................... 7
     <mark> (^P).................................................. 7
     <meta> (ESC)................................................. 8
     <mlines> (^W)................................................ 8
     <mpage> (^Q)................................................. 8
     <mpara> (CTRL-PGUP).......................................... 8
     <msearch> (^E)............................................... 8
     <mword> (unassigned)........................................ 10
     <newline> (ENTER or ^M)..................................... 10
     <pbal> (^V)................................................. 10
     <pick> (^K)................................................. 10
     <plines> (^T)............................................... 11
     <ppage> (^L)................................................ 11
     <ppara> (CTRL-PGDN)......................................... 11
     <psearch> (^R).............................................. 11
     <push> (^Z)................................................. 12
     <put> (^G).................................................. 12
     <pword> (unassigned)........................................ 12
     <qreplace> (CTRL-ENTER or ^J)............................... 12
     <quote> (unassigned)........................................ 12
     <refresh> (F10)............................................. 12
     <replace> (^O).............................................. 13
     <restcur>................................................... 13
     <right> (RIGHT arrow)....................................... 13
     <savecurs>.................................................. 13



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     <sdelete> (^S).............................................. 14
     <setfile> (^B).............................................. 14
     <setwindow> (^])............................................ 14
     <sinsert> (^A).............................................. 15
     <tab> (TAB or ^I)........................................... 15
     <up> (UP arrow)............................................. 15
     <window> (^Y)............................................... 15
   switches
     boolean..................................................... 16
       askexit (off)............................................. 16
       askrtn (on)............................................... 16
       autosave (on)............................................. 16
       case (off)................................................ 17
       enterinsmode (off)........................................ 17
       softcr (on)............................................... 17
       trailspace (off).......................................... 17
       wordwrap (off)............................................ 17
     numerical................................................... 15
       bgcolor (0)............................................... 15
       debug (0)................................................. 15
       entab (1)................................................. 15
       errcolor (4).............................................. 16
       fgcolor (7)............................................... 16
       height (23)............................................... 16
       hike (4).................................................. 16
       hscroll (10).............................................. 16
       infcolor (6).............................................. 16
       rmargin (72).............................................. 16
       stacolor (3).............................................. 16
       tabstops (4).............................................. 16
       tmpsav (20)............................................... 16
       vscroll (7)............................................... 16
     textual..................................................... 17
       backup (undel)............................................ 17
       extmake (none)............................................ 17
       markfile (none)........................................... 17
       readonly (none)........................................... 17

   


















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                               Revision History

   3 November 1986 version 7.43  Create unique file name for temp file.
   Code and data shrinkage by removing redundant routines.

   23 September 1986 version 7.42  Fix fScan from scanning one beyond EOF.
   Make pBal use setAllScan.  Add ability to enter arbitrary characters
   into <psearch>, <msearch>, <replace>, and <qreplace> pattern and
   replacement strings.  Preserve tabbing and spaces in non-edited lines.
   Fix shortname processing from the command line.  Fix problem with
   AdjustLines and deleting at top of file.

   19 August 1986 version 7.41  Fix undetected out-of-stack problem
   introduced in 7.35.

   19 August 1986 version 7.40  Fix bug in not highlighting search
   arguments when using default search from startup.

   18 August 1986 version 7.39  Fix bug introduced in 7.26 in
   <arg><arg><put>.  Optimize file loading code.

   8 August 1986 version 7.38  Fix bug introduced in 7.36 for reading
   TOOLS.INI.  Fix bug introduced in 7.37 for Z.$ temp file creation.

   4 August 1986 version 7.37  Fix problem in using TMP environment
   variable to locate <compile> temporary message file.

   1 August 1986 version 7.36  Allow path searching for temp files (Z.MSG,
   Z.$).  Allow path searching of <setfile> files.  Speed up
   initialization.

   7 July 1986 version 7.35  Shrink several VM routines.  Better out-of-
   space messages from VM.  Bug fix in textarg copying text from screen.
   Bug fix in macro redefinition while macros in progress.

   6 Jun 1986 version 7.34  Add macros savecur, restcur, curFileNam,
   curFileExt and editing switches readonly, askrtn, default ALT-T and ALT-
   D for curtime, curdate.

   13 May 1986 version 7.33  Recompiled using C 4.02.

   24 April 1986 version 7.32  Change <arg><arg><setfile> to remove dirty
   bit after successful save.

   10 April 1986 version 7.31  Fix bug that incorrectly updated the screen
   on line insert/delete at top of single window screen.  Add default
   assignments to <pword>, <mword>, and <curdate>.

   9 April 1986 version 7.30  When deleting/inserting lines, adjust other
   window instances to prevent rippling of displays in windows that are not
   affected by the deletion or insertion.

   8 April 1986 version 7.29  Fix problem in Z invocation with no arguments
   changing directory to the root.



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   8 April 1986 version 7.28  Renumbered for first public release.

   7 April 1986 version 7.27  Add /D switch to prevent user TOOLS.INI
   processing.  Add environment variable searching capability to all
   filename processing.

   3 April 1986 version 7.26  Add file put capability to <put>.  Add
   default time, date, and user macros.

   2 April 1986 version 7.25  Add autosave switch.  Remove savemeta switch.
   Fix bug that caused all new files to be NL-terminated.

   24 March 1986 version 7.24  Create dir search temp file on device
   specified by TMP directory.  Fixes problem of leaving temp file around
   in root.

   22 March 1986 version 7.23  Preserve LF-ness of files.

   14 March 1986 version 7.22  Make successful <compile> read first
   message.

   12 March 1986 version 7.21  Replace bakfile switch with backup.

   11 March 1986 version 7.20  Clear dialog line after clearing screen
   after <push>.

   11 March 1986 version 7.19  Reset video mode after prompt in <push>.

   24 Feb 1986 version 7.18  Change internal page hashing for less
   clustering of swap pages.  Add register optimization in redraw.

   23 Feb 1986 version 7.17  Hook ^Break to quickly detect <cancel> during
   searches and other time-consumptive operations.  Use INT 16h to read
   from the keyboard.  Remove erroneous message if no user TOOLS.INI is
   present.  Saving file under  another name changes the internal name too.

   18 Feb 1986 version 7.16  Restore/save video mode during <push>.  Allow
   assignment to <unassigned>.

   14 Feb 1986 version 7.15  Remove necessity for system-wide TOOLS.INI.
   Fix problem with DOS MAKE returning pseudo-files in errors.

   12 Feb 1986 version 7.14  With bakfile set and saving to a new file, Z
   was incorrectly reporting that it could not rename the new file to
   newfile.bak.

   30 Jan 1986 version 7.13  Cooking ^@ resulted in a NUL string.

   28 Jan 1986 version 7.12  Problems on XENIX with filenames with no name
   (like .profile).

   24 Jan 1986 version 7.11  Fix incorrect scrolling at top of screen and
   at left of screen.  Off-by-1 error.  Add message and prompt after
   successful <push>.



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   15 Jan 1986 version 7.10  Fix incorrect buffer usage in <compile> code
   that prevented use of <arg><arg>streamarg<compile>.

   13 Jan 1986 version 7.9  If on EGA and height:41 then set EGA into 43-
   line mode.

   10 Jan 1986 version 7.8  Fix bug when final putlflush encounters full
   disk it did not report the error.

   10 Jan 1986 version 7.7  Fix bug in <macro> that prevented graphic
   characters at the end of a macro.

   7 Jan 1986 version 7.6  Adjust  return code semantics of <right> to
   allow for generation of a <fill> keystroke macro.  Added conditional
   description to document.

   6 Jan 1986 version 7.5  PC version no longer requires VT52.SYS.  Extmake
   to control <compile> commands.

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