using Less commands
steve at holmesgrown.com
Mon Jan 26 15:59:05 EST 2004
I think what you would do is after hitting m to set a mark, hit
another letter of your choice. Say for this example, use letter 'a'
without the ''. Then when you go to that bookmark later, type the '
key followed by the letter a. That's how I see it; I could be wrong
but... Give it a go.
On Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 03:38:46PM -0500, Ed Thurston wrote:
> Hello Listers,
> I have spent some time in learning some of the commands for the Less
> Utility Program. However, I am stumped as how to use the command to mark
> the point in the body of text being read in order to return to it later.
> For instance the help file says to mark the place to return to with
> Does this mean to use the letter m to mark the place? Whenever I do so, it
> does not work. When I go to the top of the file in question and press
> the apostrophe key which is supposed to go to the marker, nothing
> happens. It just says marked text not found.
> Does anyone know what I am doing wrong?
> Also will the marker remain in place so that I can return to it at another
> time? Or will it be lost when I turn off the computer?
> Many thanks,
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