CC / CC[n]
Note: The C/CC and M/MM line commands are also used to mark lines for the use of various primary commands. When used for this purpose, you may not also enter other non primary-related line commands during the same interaction. e.g. if using CC block to mark a range of lines for use by the CREATE primary command, you may not, at the same time, enter other line commands such as I Insert, D Delete, etc.
When used to "mark off" a line range for use by a primary command, CC is usually the line command of choice. MM can also be used, but it causes the marked range of lines to be deleted after the primary command is performed.
Note: In order to be ISPF compatible, the FIND command will not use a pending C/CC or M/MM block to define a line range, because of the long-standing custom of ISPF users to keep such blocks pending while using FIND to search for a place into which to move or copy that block. To use FIND and have a C/CC or M/MM block to define a line range, use the FIND alias of FF.
See FIND - Find a Character String for more information.
To copy one or more lines within the same file:
To copy a block of lines within the same file:
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