G7 Commands: EΒΆ

ed [<filename>]

The ed command is equivalent to opening an existing or new file using the File Open or File New commands from the editor menu. The editor opened is internal to G7, and supports multiple files being open simultaneously, cut and paste between files, and editor windows can be open in the background while you are working with the G7 Console.

Related Topics: Editing Files

edfontname <name>
Set the typeface in the G7 editor window.
Related Topics: xl font
edfontsize <size>
Set the size of the type in the G7 editor window.
Related Topics: xl font
edfontcolor <color>
Set the font color in the G7 editor window.
Related Topics: xl font
edcolor <color>
Set the background color of the G7 editor window.
Related Topics: xl font
edfontbold <0|1>
Specify the bold setting in the G7 editor window. Options may be specified as <0|1>, <yes|no>, <false|true>, or <off|on>.
edfontitalic <0|1>
Specify the italic setting in the G7 editor window. Options may be specified as <0|1>, <yes|no>, <false|true>, or <off|on>.
edfontunderline <0|1>
Specify the underline setting in the G7 editor window. Options may be specified as <0|1>, <yes|no>, <false|true>, or <off|on>.
edfontstrikeout <0|1>
Specify the strikeout setting in the G7 editor window. Options may be specified as <0|1>, <yes|no>, <false|true>, or <off|on>.
eqpunch <filename> | “off”

The eqpunch command is for writing equation results to a file in a tabular format. We follow the precedent of giving those files an ”.EQP” extension, but of course any file name will do. The use of the eqpunch command is analogous to use of the ipch command, and in fact both often are used in the same regression .REG file. The eqpunch command sets up a file for writing by the titpch and tpch commands. The titpch command writes out a header for the table, and the tpch command writes out regression results, one line per sector. See the documentation on the tpch command for a complete example.

Related Topics: ipch, titpch, tpch

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