Q47236: Documentation Error for "Mark" Functions in M User’s Guide
Article: Q47236 Product(s): See article Version(s): 1.02 | 1.02 Operating System(s): MS-DOS | OS/2 Keyword(s): ENDUSER | docerr | mspl13_basic Last Modified: 2-AUG-1989 On Page 179 of the Version 1.02 "Microsoft Editor for MS OS/2 and MS-DOS Operating Systems: User's Guide," there is a documentation error. In the section of the reference table describing the "Mark" function, the marker deletion and marker definition descriptions are reversed. To define a marker at the cursor position, the correct syntax is Arg Arg textarg Mark. To delete a marker definition, the syntax is Arg Arg textarg Meta Mark. The entries SHOULD appear as follows: Entry Function ----- -------- Arg Arg textarg Mark Defines a file marker at the initial cursor position. This does not record the file marker in the file specified by the markfile switch, but allows you to refer to this position as textarg. Arg Arg textarg Meta Mark Deletes a marker definition. On Page 39, the reference to Arg Arg textarg Mark is correct.
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