110904     LZYCLI - A Lazy Man's CLI  Version: May 1988
Submitted by: Bill Crocker, National Steel, Granite City Division,
Granite City, IL
Operating System: RSX-11M-PLUS V3.0.C  Source Language: FORTRAN 77
Software Required: DCL  Keywords: Utilities - RSX-11
Abstract: LZYCLI is a command line recall system which allows a user
at a video terminal to recall and edit previous commands.
LZYCLI also allows the definition of VMS style symbols.
Commands may be recalled in one of two methods.  The first
method is to strike the up arrow key followed by a carriage
return.  This will recall the last command issued.  At
this point, the user may use the up arrow key to step to
an older command or the down arrow key for a newer command.
EDT style editing functions include move to EOL, BOL, next
word, delete character, delete word, and delete to EOL.
The second recall method is to enter a two digit number
(ranging from 01 to 23) and .  This will recall the
nnth command, where nn is the number entered, display the
command line on the terminal, and allow editing of the
LZYCLI allows the definition of symbols in the following
Where symbol is the symbol name and string is the
equivalent string which is substituted when the symbol is
found in a command line.
Once a user issues a command, LZYCLI stores the command in a
data file and passes the command on to DCL.
Notes: Works over DECnet as well as directly connected terminals.
Media (Service Charge Code): 600' Magnetic Tape (MA)  Format: BRU

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