END - End the Edit Session

Syntax


END



Operands


None


Description


The END command may be used in an Edit or Browse session, in a Set Edit session, in a Clip Edit session, or in the File Manager.


Using END in an Edit session


To end an edit session by using END, do one of the following:



These methods will process the data as described below, and will close the current edit tab.



These methods will cause END processing to be performed as described below for all active tabs.  SPFLite will then terminate after all files are closed.


The actions performed on the data being processed in each tab will be as follows:








When a file is automatically saved, when either the END command is issued or a file tab is clicked with the right mouse button, and AUTOSAVE is in effect, a message of  File Saved  will appear on the status line, as a reminder that the automatic save took place.  This message will disappear as soon as any key is pressed.  When a Multi-Edit session is ended, the File Saved message will contain a count of the number of files saved.


Using END in the File Manager


The END command in File Manager is used to ‘return' to the next higher level in the file list being displayed.  The particular type of display shown as a result of END depends on the kind of display currently shown and on how you navigated to that display originally.  To the extent possible, END will try to ‘undo' the navigation you previously did, in much the same that a CHDIR .. command does in a DOS prompt.  The END command replaces the DIR UP functionality that was present in prior versions of SPFLite.


As with Edit sessions, if you right-click the File Manager tab it causes SPFLite to take the same action as the END command.






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