L - List file on terminal.
- is the name of a text file.
- is a positive integer. FRED will start listing the file at the given line number instead
of the start of the file.
- is a positive integer. If you say Ls-f, FRED starts listing the file at line s
and ends with line f. For example, L3-5 lists lines 3 to 5 of a
- is a positive integer. If you say Ls,c, FRED starts listing the file at line s
and lists a total of c lines. For example, L7,20 lists 20 lines
beginning at line 7.
L displays the contents of an ASCII or BCD file on the terminal. It does not
change ".". If you do not specify a file name, FRED uses the file
name associated with the current buffer.
L does not change the file name associated with the current
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