Delete all characters to the left of the cursor .
Delete the character at the cursor position and all characters
to the right.
Move the cursor to the top row of the command line .
Move the cursor to the bottom row of the command line .
Move the cursor to the left end of the command line .
Move the cursor to the right end of the command line.
Some Entry Keys
The following keys are useful when you're entering objects in the
Cursor Menu On/Off.
When the Cursor menu is not ac-
tive: selects the Cursor menu. When the Cursor menu is
active: selects the previous menu.
When the cursor is positioned at a num-
ber: changes the sign of the number. When the cursor is
not positioned at a number: writes a minus sign. (If no
command line is present: executes the command NEG.)
When the cursor is positioned at a
number without an exponent: writes the character E after
the number. When the cursor is positioned at a number
with an exponent: positions the cursor after the E. If the
cursor is not positioned at a number: writes 1
Deletes the character to the left of the
cursor, moving the cursor (and any characters to the
right) one space to the left. If you press and hold [!j, the
action is repeated until you release the key.
Switches between Upper-case and
Lower-case modes. When the command line is created,
Upper-case mode is active-CIJ through
through Z. In Lower-case mode, CIJ through
18: The Command Line