Command Line Edit Keys
The following list contains keys strokes that perform various cursor motions or
actions, that can be used at the WinOne® prompt to edit or modify a command line :-
||Move one character left.
||Move one character right.
||Display the previous command line.
||Display the next command line.
|ctrl up arrow
||Display the oldest command line.
|ctrl down arrow
||Display the most recent command line.
|ctrl left arrow
||Move one word left.
|ctrl right arrow
||Move one word right.
||Delete one character forward.
||Delete one character backward.
||Move to beginning of line.
||Move to end of line.
||Scroll up a page.
||Scroll down a page.
|ctrl page up
||Scroll up a line.
|ctrl page down
||Scroll down a line.
||Clear the command line.
||Switch to and from the pop-up history list.
||Toggle insert or overwrite mode.
||Copy to clipboard.
||Paste from clipboard.
||Expand an incomplete path, file, command or macro name that is currently being typed at the WinOne® prompt.
||Display a list of names that can complete the current incomplete path, file, command or macro, that is being typed at the WinOne® prompt.
- Insert mode always defaults to on, when WinOne® is started.
- A flashing vertical bar is displayed, when insert mode is on and a flashing block
is displayed when overwrite mode is on.
- When the up or down arrow keys are used to scroll through the history list, and
a partial command line has been entered at the WinOne® prompt, then only the command
lines in the history list that start with the same sequence of characters will be
- When scrolling through the history list and there are no more commands to scroll
through, then a beep will sound to signal that the end of the history list has been
reached. See Event Sounds to associate a particular type of sound to this event.
- See File Name Completion for more information on setting Tab key options.
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