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1 SCROLL

Allows you to retrieve information that has scrolled off the screen, either up or down. Format SCROLL 2 Parameters None. 2 Qualifiers /DOWN /DOWN[=value] Scrolls the LATCP screen display down the number of lines indicated by the specified value. For convenience, you can also use the Next (or Next Screen) key on your keyboard to scroll down 15 lines (instead of entering the SCROLL/DOWN=15 command). If you do not specify a value, the default value is 1. /UP /UP[=value] Scrolls the LATCP screen display up the number of lines indicated by the specified value. For convenience, you can also use the Prev (or Prev Screen) key on your keyboard to scroll up 15 lines (instead of entering the SCROLL/UP=15 command). If you do not specify a value, the default value is 1. 2 Example LATCP> SCROLL /UP=5 The SCROLL command in this example allows you to scroll up to view five lines of screen display that has previously scrolled off the viewing area.

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