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SPFPC (1984-2017) by Command Technology was originally an MSDOS/PC implementation of the IBM Main Frame ISPF text/data browser/editor and set of programmer utilities.
SPFPC is a complete integrated applications development environment (IDE) typically used for editing source code, invoking compilers, linkers, and debuggers, in a variety of programming languages, such as ADA, ASM, BASIC, BASH, BATCH, C, C++, C#, COBOL, FORTRAN, JAVA, Pascal. Almost any programming language can be edited with SPFPC and most compilers can be called by SPFPC which makes SPFPC as close to a universal programmer editor/IDE as you can get.
SPFPC = System Productivity Facility for Personal Computers (IBM)
MSDOS, DRDOS, PCDOS, FREEDOS, DOSBOX, DOSEMU, 16bit Windows Command Box (95/98/ME/2K/NT/Vista?/7) DOSBOX and DOSEMU use FREEDOS
Windows (Vista/7/8/10) and Linux using Wine
SPFPC Start-up Parameters (CLI)
Invoke SPFPC with parameters to bypass the Primary Option Panel and go directly to a specific option: SPF [filename] Edit filename [/Bfilename] Browse filename [/E] Exit to command prompt after edit [/Gglobal-profile-path] Overrides set profile path [/Iimacro-name] Initial maro [/Kkeyboard-macro-name] Execute specified keyboard macro [/L(line-number,col-number)] Specify line-number/column [/Pedit-profile-name] Specify edit-profile [/Rfile-name] Merge compiler error file file-name [/Sdialog-function] Directly execute dialog: /SPANEL(panel-id)[PARM(values)] /SCMD(REXX-procedure-name)[PARM(values)] /SCTC(internal-function-name)[PARM(values)] /SPGM(external-program-name)[PARM(values)] [/T] Turn on profile trace [/n.n] Goto panel id n.n
SPFPC Select List Primary Commands - File Manager
Select Browse Edit Print Rename Delete Move Copy Information (display properties) Go (execute program or batch file) Tree (create recursive sub-list) User (apply user command) Convert (one format to another) Exclude (prune list)
SPFPC Select List Line Commands - File Manager
B Browse a file C Copy a file D Delete a file E Edit a file G Execute program or batch file I Display information about a file K Convert file format M Move a file N New, select file with new SPF task P Print a file R Rename a file S Select a file T Create a recursive sublist U Apply a user command to a file X Exclude a file from the list
SPFPC Edit Commands
& Keep command displayed after it is executed : Treat primary command as line command AUTOLIST Create a source listing after END or [F3] AUTONUM Renumber STD, COBOL, or BASIC upon save AUTOSAVE Turn autosave on/off BOT Position to bottom of file BOUNDS Set/reset current bounds CANCEL Cancel or disregard edit changes CAPS Turn upper case conversion on or off CHANGE Change a string of data CHARSET Set the character set to EBCDIC or ASCII COLORMAP Bind program colorization file to file type COMPARE SUPERC compare current file to external file COPY Copy a file into the current file COUNTSAVE Set number of ENTERs before SAVE (also SAVECOUNT) CREATE Create a new file CUT Cut lines marked with CC or MM to cut buffer DATA Insert data at the current cursor position DEFINE Enable/disable specific macros by name DELETE Delete a group of lines DOWN Scroll view of file down END End edit session; return to prior menu ERRORFILE Insert compiler errors as message lines EXCLUDE Exclude lines from viewing FIND Find a string of data FLIP Invert sense of excluded lines HEX Turn HEX display on or off IMACRO Set initial macro name in the edit profile LCOMMAND Turn line command field ON or OFF LEFT Scroll view of file left LEVEL Set/reset modification level LOCATE Locate a given line LRECL Set logical record length MODEL Access program source templates MOVE Move a file into the current file NUMBER Turn numbering mode on or off PASTE Insert lines from cut buffer PROFILE Display current profile information RCHANGE Repeat last CHANGE command RECOVERY Set UNDO support ON or OFF REDO Redo the last alteration which was undone RENUM Renumber the current file REPLACE Replace a file on disk RESET Reset all pending line commands RFIND Repeat last FIND command RIGHT Scroll view of file right SAVE Save a file on disk SAVECOUNT Set number of ENTERs before SAVE (also COUNTSAVE) SCOPY Copy the selection to the clipboard SCREATE Create a new file from the selection SCUT Copy selection to clipboard, then delete it SDELETE Delete the selection SORT Sorts records or columns SPASTE Paste contents clipboard at cursor position SPRINT Print the current selection SREPLACE Replace an existing file with the selection STATS Turn stats on or off STOLOWER Convert selection to all lower case chars STOUPPER Convert selection to all upper case chars SXCLUDE Exclude all lines touched by the selection TABS Turn tabs on or off TOP Position to top of file UNDO Undo the last alteration UNNUM Reset numbers to blanks UP Scroll view of file up XMACRO Sets exit macro name in the edit profile
SPFPC Edit Line Commands
< Data shift left. << Block data shift left. > Data shift right. >> Block data shift right. ( Column shift left. (( Block column shift left. ) Column shift right. )) Block column shift right. A After. B Before. BNDS Display/set bounds. C Copy. CC Block copy. COLS Display columns. D Delete. DD Block delete. F Display first excluded line(s). I Insert. L Display last excluded line(s). LC Set a line to lowercase. LCC Set a block of lines to lowercase. M Move. MM Move block. MASK Display/set mask. MD Make a NOTE or MSG line into a data line. MDD Make a block of NOTE or MSG lines into data lines. O Overlay. OO Overlay block. R Repeat. RR Repeat block. S Show structure excluded line(s). TABS Display/set tabs. TE Text entry. TF Text flow. TJ Text join. TS Text split. UC Set a line to uppercase. UCC Set a block of lines to uppercase. X Exclude. XX Exclude block. . Label assignment.
SPFPC ISREDIT Macro Commands
AUTOLIST Set or retrieve the AUTOLIST profile variable. AUTONUM Set or retrieve the AUTONUM profile variable. AUTOSAVE Set or retrieve the AUTOSAVE profile variable. BLKSIZE Retrieves the current block size. BOUNDS Set or retrieve the BOUNDS profile variable. CANCEL Cancels editing of current file without saving changes. CAPS Set or retrieve the CAPS profile variable. CHANGE Searches for a string and replaces it with another string. CHANGE_COUNTS Retrieves the count set by the last issued CHANGE command. CHARSET Set or retrieve the CHARSET profile variable. COLORMAP Set or retrieve the COLORMAP profile variable. COMPARE Compare an external file to the current edit file. COPY Copies another file into the current file. CREATE Specifies a new file is to be created. CURSOR Sets or retrieve line and col number of current cursor pos. CUT Copy/Move block of lines to clipboard. DATA Insert/overtype data at the current cursor position. DATA_CHANGED Retrieves the current data changed status. DATA_WIDTH Returns data width of current file. DATASET Retrieves the name of the current file. DEFINE Enable/disable specific macros by name. DELETE Removes one or more lines from the file you are editing. DISPLAY_COLS Retrieves the first and last display columns. DISPLAY_LINES Retrieves line numbers of first and last displayed lines. DOS Executes an operating system command. DOWN Displays the next frame of lines in the file. EDIT Edit another file without leaving the current file. END Ends the edit session. ERRORFILE Merge compiler error messages with program source. EXCLUDE Allows you to temporarily exclude lines from view EXCLUDE_COUNTS Sets count of strings and lines excluded by last EXCLUDE. FIND Searches a file for a specified string. FIND_COUNTS Sets count of strings and lines found by last FIND or RFIND. FLOW_COUNTS Sets count of original and resulting lines created by last TFLOW. HEX Set or retrieve the HEX profile variable. HOLD_LOCK Hold the lock on the file. IMACRO Set or retrieve the IMACRO profile variable. INSERT Inserts one or more null lines for data entry in current file. LABEL Sets or retrieves the label on a specific line. LCOMMAND Set or retrieve the LCOMMAND profile variable. LEFT Displays currently undisplayed columns to the left. LEVEL Set or retrieve the current modification level. LINE Sets or retrieves data from a specified line. LINE_AFTER Inserts line of text after a specified line in current file. LINE_BEFORE Inserts line of text before a specified line in current file. LINENUM Retrieves the relative line number of a labeled line. LOCATE Makes line matching search criteria the top display line. LRECL Returns the logical record length of the current file. MACRO Identifies a macro, its parameters, and processing conditions. MACRO_LEVEL Retrieves the nesting level of the current macro. MASKLINE Set or retrieve the MASKLINE profile variable. MEMBER Retrieves the name of the current file. MODEL Insert MODEL syntax entry applicable to this file type. MOVE Moves another file into the current file. NOTE Set or retrieve the NOTE profile variable. NUMBER Set or retrieve the NUMBER profile variable. PASTE Insert lines from clipboard at A or B line. PROCESS Controls when pending line commands and data are processed. PROFILE Displays the current edit profile. RANGE_CMD Identifies first line command captured by PROCESS RANGE. RCHANGE Repeats the most recent CHANGE command. READ_ONLY Set the file to read only. RECFM Retrieves the record format of the current file. RECOVERY Allow UNDO. REDO Redo an edit transaction after an undo. RENUM Turns NUMBER mode on and renumbers lines. REPLACE Replaces an existing file with all or part of the current file. RESET Restores the status of data lines and removes special lines. RFIND Repeats the most recent FIND command. RIGHT Displays currently undisplayed columns to the right. SAVE Saves the current file without terminating the edit session. SAVECOUNT Set or retrieve the SAVECOUNT profile variable. SAVE_ENABLED Set the file to allow SAVE. SCAN Sets or retrieves the SCAN mode. SCOPY Copy the current selection to the clipboard. SCREATE Create a new file with the current selection contents. SCUT Copy current selection to clipboard, then delete selection. SDELETE Delete the current selection. SEEK Same as FIND but does not expose excluded lines. SEEK_COUNTS Sets count of strings and lines found by last SEEK. SHIFT ( Moves data left using column shift logic. SHIFT ) Moves data right using column shift logic. SHIFT < Moves data left using data shift logic. SHIFT > Moves data right using data shift logic. SORT Rearranges data or cols of data in a specified order. SPASTE Insert the clipboard contents at the current cursor position. SREPLACE Replace a file with the current selection contents. STATS Sets or retrieves the current STATS mode. STOLOWER Convert all alpha characters in the selection to lower case. STOUPPER Convert all alpha characters in the selection to uppercase. SUBMIT Only supported if MVS access component purchased. SXCLUDE Exclude all lines touched by the current selection. TABS Set or retrieve the TABS profile variable. TABSLINE Set or retrieve the TABSLINE profile variable. TENTER Provides blank screen space for text entry. TFLOW Composes a block of text within designated BOUNDS. TJOIN Joins current line with following line; inverse of TSPLIT. TSPLIT Splits a line so that additional text can be inserted. UNDO Undo the last edit operation. UNNUM Turns NUMBER mode off and removes line numbers. UP Displays the previous frame of lines in the file. USER_STATE Saves or restores user state information. XMACRO Set or retrieve the XMACRO profile variable. XSTATUS Sets or retrieves exclude status of specified data line.
SPFPC ISPEXEC COMMANDS
ADDPOP Display a panel as a sub-window on the current panel. BROWSE Browse a file (or files). CONTROL Set dialog processing options. DISPLAY Display a panel or table. EDIT Edit a file (or files). GETMSG Get elements of a message. PDSCREATE Create a PDS file format file. PDSDELETE Delete a member from a PDS. PDSEXPORT Export a member from a PDS to a file. PDSIMPORT Import a file to a PDS into a member. POPUPMENU Display a GUI popup menu on the panel. PRNCLOSE Close the default printer., PRNOPEN Open the default printer and set the headings. PRNRECORD Print a record on the default printer. REMPOP Remove the sub window displayed with ADDPOP. SELECT Invoke a function or display a menu panel. SETMSG Set message to be displayed on next panel. TBADD Add a row to a table. TBBOTTOM Position to the bottom of a table. TBCLOSE Close a table; write to disk if applicable. TBCREATE Create a new table. TBDELETE Delete a row from a table. TBDIRCREATE Create a special table to contain directory entries. TBDIRDISPL Display a table of directory entries using SPF/Pro defaults. TBDIRPOPULATE Populate a table of directory entries from a supplied file mask. TBDISPL Display a table. TBEND Close a table; don't write to disk. TBERASE Delete a disk based table. TBEXIST Determine if keyed table row exists. TBGET Load dialog vars from a table row. TBMOD Update a keyed table row. TBOPEN Open a disk based table for access. TBPUT Update a non-keyed table row. TBQUERY Get information about a particular table. TBSARG Set search args for TBSCAN or TBDISPL. TBSAVE Write a disk based table without closing. TBSCAN Search a table for a particular row. TBSKIP Position in a table and retrieve the row. TBSORT Sort a table by field(s). TBSTATS Obtain statistical information about a table. TBTOP Position to the top of a table. TBVCLEAR Clear variables in the current row. VGET Copy non-function pool var to function pool. VPUT Copy function pool var to non-function pool.
Name Service Ver Pool Type Len Description -------- -------- --- ---- ---- --- ------------------------------------- Z general 2.3 shr non 0 null variable, used as a placeholder ZACCTNUM general 3.3 shr non 40 logon account number (MVS type) ZAPLCNT general 2.3 shr non 4 APL usage count per logical screen ZAPPLID general 2.3 shr non 8 identifier application ZASPECT PRINTG 2.3 func in 4 aspect ratio of printed output ZCMD panel 2.3 func 256 command input field LMMDISP 2.3 func out 256 member list primary command field ZCOLORS screen 2.3 shr non 4 supported number of colors (1 or 7) ZCONT panel 2.3 next continuation panel name ZCS general 3.3 shr non 5 NLS symbol for currency ZCURFLD DTL 3.1 func out 8 field/column with cursor on exit ZCURINX DTL 3.1 func out 8 table display row number with cursor ZCURPOS DTL 3.1 func out 4 relative field position of cursor ZDATE date 2.3 shr non 8 current date, format depends on current national language ZDATEF date 2.3 shr non 8 current national language date format DD = day, MM = month, YY = year and national language delimiter ZDATEFD date 2.3 shr non 8 date format as described for ZDATEF, but w/national language convention ZDAY date 2.3 shr non 2 2 character day of month ZDBCS screen 2.3 shr non 3 DBCS capability (YES or NO) ZDECS general 3.3 shr non 1 NLS character to separate decimals ZDEVNAM PRINTG 2.3 func in 8 device name ZDLBLKSZ LMDLIST 3.1 func out 5 size of block ZDLCDATE LMDLIST 3.1 func out 10 date member was created ZDLDEV LMDLIST 3.1 func out 8 type of device ZDLDSORG LMDLIST 3.1 func out 4 organization of data set ZDLDTYPE LMDLIST 3.1 func out 7 type of data set (eg 'PDS' 'LIBRARY') ZDLEDATE LMDLIST 3.1 func out 10 date the data set expires ZDLLRECL LMDLIST 3.1 func out 5 length of logical record ZDLNEXT LMDLIST 3.1 func out 3 number of used extents ZDLPAGES LMDLIST 3.1 func out 6 number of allocated pages ZDLPUSED LMDLIST 3.1 func out 3 percent of PDSE used or blanks ZDLRDATE LMDLIST 3.1 func out 10 last reference data ZDLRECFM LMDLIST 3.1 func out 5 format of record ZDLSIZE LMDLIST 3.1 func out 6 number of tracks in data set ZDLUSED LMDLIST 3.1 func out 3 percent of tracks used ZDLVOL LMDLIST 3.1 func out 6 volume serial ZDSN LMMDISP 2.3 func out 44 first data set for member list BR/EDIF 2.3 func out 54 data name on BRIF/EDIF title line ZEDBDSN EDIT 2.3 func i/o 44 edit recovery backup data set name ZEDROW EDIT 2.3 func i/o 4 edit recovery table row number ZEDTDSN EDIT 3.1 func i/o 44 edit recovery target data set name ZEDTMEM EDIT 3.1 func i/o 8 edit recovery target member name ZEDTRD EDIT 3.1 func i/o 6 edit recovery target volser ZEDUSER EDIT 3.1 func i/o * edit recovery user data table ext. ZEIBSDN EDIF 2.3 func i/o 54 EDIF edit recovery backup data set ZEIROW EDIF 2.3 func i/o 4 EDIF edit recovery table row number ZEITDSN EDIF 2.3 func i/o 54 EDIF edit recovery target data set ZEIUSER EDIF 2.3 func i/o * EDIF edit recovery user data tbl ext. ZENVIR general 2.3 shr non 32 environment information, positions: - 1 to 8 = product, version, release - 9 to 16 = operating system name (MVS or MVS/XA) - 17 to 24 = operating system mode (TSO or BATCH) - 25 to 32 = reserved (blanks) ZERRALRM error 2.3 func out 3 indicates message alarm (YES or NO) ZERRHM error 2.3 func out 8 error message help panel name ZERRLM error 2.3 func out 78 long error message text 3.2 512 ZERRMSG error 2.3 func out 8 error message ID ZERRSM error 2.3 func out 24 short error message text ZERRTYPE error 3.1 func out 8 error message type ZERRWIND error 3.1 func out 6 error message window type ZFAMPRT PRINTG 2.3 func non 4 family printer type ZFKA screen 3.1 shr non 8 function key area (long, short, no) ZGE terminal 3.3 shr non 3 graphic escape order support ZGRPLVL LMHIER 2.3 func out 8 hierarchy level of library (group) ZGRPNME LMHIER 2.3 func out 8 library group name ZHILITE screen 2.3 shr non 3 extended highlighting (YES or NO) ZHINDEX panel 2.3 first index panel name ZHTOP panel 2.3 top panel name ZIND panel 2.3 specify an index page (YES) ZISPFRC general 2.3 shr in 8 return code from ISPSTART dialog ZJDATE date 2.3 shr non 6 day-of-year date(julian format yy.ddd) ZKEYS PF keys 2.3 prof out 4 number of PF keys ZKEYHELP keys 3.1 any in 8 keys definition help panel name ZLANG general 2.3 prof non 8 language of current session ZLCDATE LMF 2.3 func i/o 8 member create date (national format) ZLCNORC LMF 2.3 func i/o 4 member current record count ZLINORC LMF 2.3 func i/o 4 member creation record count ZLLIB LMF 2.3 func out 4 library concatenation sequence (1 - 4) ZLMDATE LMF 2.3 func i/o 8 last modified date (national format) ZLMEMBER LMMDISP 2.3 func out 8 current member ZLMNORC LMF 2.3 func i/o 4 modified record count ZLMOD LMF 2.3 func i/o 4 modification level (0 to 99) ZLMTIME LMF 2.3 func i/o 5 last modified time (format hh:mm) ZLOGNAME LOG 2.3 shr non 44 full log data set name ZLOGO general 3.1 shr non 3 bypass LOGO panel (YES or NO) ZLOGON general 2.3 shr non 8 TSO logon procedure stepname ZLPDSUDA LMMDISP 2.3 func out 62 PDS directory user data information ZLSTLPP LIST 2.3 shr non 4 lines per page in list data set ZLSTNAME LIST 2.3 shr non 44 full list data set ZLSTNUML LIST 2.3 shr non 4 current list data set lines written ZLSTTRUN LIST 2.3 shr non 4 list record length truncation value ZLUSER LMF 2.3 func i/o 8 userid that last modified member ZLVERS LMF 2.3 func i/o 4 member version number (1 to 99) ZMLCOLS LMMDISP 2.3 func out 80 member statistics column headings ZMLCR LMMDISP 2.3 func out 4 member list top member rel. number ZMLTR LMMDISP 2.3 func out 4 member list number of members ZMONTH date 2.3 shr non 2 2 character month of year ZPARENT panel 2.3 parent menu name ZPFCTL PF keys 2.3 prof i/o 5 PFSHOW command authorization ZPFFMT PF keys 2.3 prof i/o 4 PF key format (displayed per line) ZPFLnn PF keys 2.3 prof i/o 8 PF key labels, for display ZPFSET PF keys 2.3 prof i/o 4 PF key range set shown ZPFSHOW PF keys 2.3 prof i/o 4 PFSHOW command status ZPFnn PF keys 2.3 prof i/o <256 PF key definition value ZPLACE general 2.3 prof i/o 7 command line place (ASIS or BOTTOM) ZPREFIX general 2.3 shr non 8 prefix of TSO user ZPRIKEYS PF keys 2.3 prof i/o 4 primary PF keys (LOW or UPP) ZPRIM panel 2.3 panel is a primary option menu (YES) ZPROFAPP general 2.3 prof in 8 application profile extension table ZSCBR scroll 2.3 prof i/o 4 scroll amount for BROWSE ZSCED scroll 2.3 prof i/o 4 scroll amount for EDIT ZSCML scroll 2.3 prof i/o 4 scroll amount for member lists ZSCREEN screen 2.3 shr non 1 logical screen number (1, 2, 3, or 4) ZSCREEND screen 2.3 shr non 4 screen depth available for dialog use ZSCREENW screen 2.3 shr non 4 screen width available for dialog use ZSCRMAXD screen 2.3 shr non 4 maximum screen depth available ZSCRMAXW screen 2.3 shr non 4 maximum screen width available ZSCROLLA scroll 2.3 shr out 4 scroll amount value (PAGE, MAX, nnn) ZSCROLLN scroll 2.3 shr out 4 scroll number of rows ZSCROLLD scroll 2.3 any in 4 scroll default for dynamic areas ZSEL panel 2.3 truncated command input field ZSPLIT screen 2.3 shr non 3 split-screen mode (YES or NO) ZSTDYEAR date 3.3 shr non 4 four character year (yyyy) ZSYSID general 3.3 shr non 8 SYS1.PARMLIB(IEASYSxx) SYSNAME ZTDADD tbldsply 2.3 func out 3 add rows for scroll request (YES¦NO) ZTDAMT tbldsply 2.3 func out 4 number of rows needed for scroll ZTDLROWS tbldsply 2.3 func in 6 number of logical table rows ZTDLTOP tbldsply 2.3 func in 6 logical table row of physical top ZTDMARK tbldsply 2.3 any in <scrwid bottom-of-data marker text ZTDMSG tbldsply 2.3 any in 8 top-row-displayed message ID ZTDRET tbldsply 2.3 func in 8 scroll return feature ZTDROWS tbldsply 2.3 func out 6 number of table rows after display ZTDSCRP tbldsply 2.3 func i/o 6 top row CRP after scroll ZTDSELS tbldsply 2.3 func out 4 number of selected table rows ZTDSIZE tbldsply 2.3 func out 4 number of sets in scrollable area ZTDSRID tbldsply 2.3 func out 6 top row rowid after scroll ZTDTOP tbldsply 2.3 func out 6 display top row number (CRP) ZTEMPF ftailor 2.3 shr non 44 temporary data set for file tailoring ZTEMPN ftailor 2.3 shr non 8 temporary data set DDname ZTERM terminal 2.3 prof out 8 terminal type (defined by option 0.1) ZTERMCID terminal 3.3 shr non 5 CCSID coded character set terminal ID ZTERMCP terminal 3.3 shr non 4 CECP support code page ZTERMCS terminal 3.3 shr non 4 CECP support character set ZTHS general 3.3 shr non 1 NLS character to separate thousands ZTIME time 2.3 shr non 5 current time (in format hh:mm) ZTS general 3.3 shr non 1 NLS character to separate time ZTSICMD general 3.3 shr non 32k ISPF invocation command string ZTSSCMD general 3.3 shr non 32k ISPF invocation cmnd, SELECT portion ZUP panel 2.3 next panel up/backwards (parent) ZUSER general 2.3 shr non 8 user ID ZVERB general 2.3 shr out 8 command table verb (from SETVERB) ZWINTTL general 3.1 any in N/A window title for pop-up window frame ZYEAR date 2.3 shr non 2 2 character year
SPFPC REXX Special Variables
RC Return code 0 = success <> 0 error occured RESULT Contains returned value from called routine SIGL Contains procedure name and line number of calling function whenever a control flow jump is made via CALL or SIGNAL.
SPFPC REXX Trace Processing
TRACE A /* TRACE ALL CLAUSES */ TRACE C /* TRACE COMMANDS */ TRACE E /* TRACE ERRORS */ TRACE F /* TRACE FAILURE */ TRACE I /* TRACE INTERMEDIATES */ TRACE L /* TRACE LABELS */ TRACE N /* TRACE NORMAL */ TRACE O /* TRACE OFF */ TRACE R /* TRACE RESULTS */ TRACE S /* TRACE SCAN */ Trace output: nn ccc DO WHILE (position <= LENGTH(filename)) Where: nn Represents the line number of the REXX statement being executed. ccc The next three characters identify the trace line as one of the following: *-* source code +++ trace message >>> result of an expression >.> value assigned to a placeholder >V> variable contents of a string >L> literal string >F> function call string >P> prefix operation string >O> operation on two terms string >C> compound variable string During interactive tracing, after each line of output the user can enter any valid REXX statement to be executed immediately enabling variables to be modified with an assignment, variables to be queried with a SAY statement and execution to be terminated by the use of an explicit EXIT statement if, say, a loop is detected. If during testing of a procedure, a loop occurs and tracing is not active, pressing Control/Break interrupts the procedure, typing exit terminates the procedure.
SPFPC REXX Instrinsic Instructions
ADDRESS set the destination for external commands ARG retrieve parameters passed to function CALL invoke a function DO execute a block of instructions DROP restore a variable to an uninitialized state EXIT end program immediately IF modify control flow based on condition INTERPRET execute instructions stored in a variable ITERATE jump to the top of a DO loop from middle LEAVE exit a DO loop immediately NOP does nothing (use as placeholder) NUMERIC modify how arithmetic processing is performed PARSE parse a string under control of a template PROCEDURE control scope of variables PULL read a line from the TTY keyboard RETURN end a function, optionally return a value SAY write a line to the TTY screen SELECT multiple condition list (aka CASE) SIGNAL set error trapping conditions TRACE trace REXX interpreter actions
SPFPC REXX Built-in Functions
ABBREV return TRUE/FALSE, is short string part of long string? ABS return the absolute value of a number without a sign ADDRESS return the name of the external command processor ARG return the parameters passed to a function BITAND return result of logically ANDed bit strings BITOR return result of logically ORed bit strings BITXOR return result of logically XORed bit strings B2X return hex char string, input binary char string CENTER return base string padded on left and right to center CENTRE same as CENTER CHARIN read a string from an external file CHAROUT write a string to an external file CHARS return number of chars remaining unread in external file COMPARE return TRUE/FALSE, do strings compare? CONDITION return current error condition (see CALL and SIGNAL) COPIES returns string catenated to self N times C2D returns decimal value, input char string C2X returns hex char string, input char string DATATYPE returns data type, or TRUE/FALSE on data type test DATE returns the date DELSTR returns substring after deleting at Nth char for N chars DELWORD returns substring after deleting at Nth word for N words DIGITS returns the current setting of the NUMERIC digits value D2C returns char value, input decimal value D2X returns hex string, input decimal value ERRORTEXT returns the text associated with a particular error number FORM returns the current setting of NUMERIC form value FORMAT formats a number (rounds if necessary) FUZZ returns the current setting of the NUMERIC fuzz value INSERT returns superstring comprised of base plus insert strings LASTPOS returns position of last little string in big string LEFT returns substring starting at 1 for N LENGTH returns the length of string LINEIN reads one record from an external file LINEOUT writes one record to an external file LINES returns TRUE/FALSE, any unread lines in external file? MAX returns largest number of a set of numbers MIN returns smallest number of a set of numbers OVERLAY overlays one string with another POS returns position of first little string in big string RANDOM returns a random number from a range REVERSE returns string with chars reordered right to left RIGHT returns N chars from right end of string SIGN returns the sign of a number SOURCELINE returns number of lines or a specific line of a REXX proc SPACE set specific number of blanks (or other char) between words STREAM return state info on a file, also open/close/seek STRIP strip leading and/or trailing blanks (or other char) from string SUBSTR returns substring at N for N chars SUBWORD returns subword at N for N words SYMBOL returns the state of a var, undefined, defined, or literal TIME returns the time TRACE returns or current setting sets TRACE TRANSLATE returns translated string, char for char by table TRUNC returns a specified decimal precision derivitive of a number VALUE returns or set the value of an environment variable VERIFY verify presence or absence of chars within a string WORD returns the Nth word in a string WORDINDEX returns the char position of the Nth word in a string WORDLENGTH returns the length of the Nth word in a string WORDPOS returns the word number after search for a word in a string WORDS returns the number of words in a string XRANGE returns full range of codes between start and end char/num X2B returns binary char string, input hex char string X2C returns ASCII (or EBCDIC) char string, input hex char string X2D returns decimal value, input hex char string
SPFPC Intrinsic Commands
CMD CMDNOCLR CRETRIEV CURSOR DOS EOF FF FSPLIT HELP LPRINT LPRINTER LPRT OS2 PANELID PFSHOW PRINT RETRIEVE SCREEN SPLIT SPLITH SPLITV STACKDIS SWAP VSPLIT
Typical PF Key Settings
3270 PC Command Does ----- --------- ----------- --------------------------------------------------------- PF01 F1 HELP Call SPFPC Built-In Help Library PF02 F2 SPLIT Split Screen at current line into 2 browse/edit sessions PF03 F3 END End browse/edit session (does not save) PF04 F4 SWAP Swap to other screen PF05 F5 RFIND Repeat Find PF06 F6 RCHANGE Repeat Change PF07 F7 UP Scroll by page setting towards beginning of text PF08 F8 DOWN Scroll by page setting towards end of text PF09 F9 LEFT Scroll screen towards begining of line (column 1) PF10 F10 RIGHT Scroll screen towards end of line PF11 F11 SAVE Save text PF12 F12 RETRIEVE Retrieve previous commands PF13 = <Shift>F1 SCUT Cut selected text to clipboard PF14 = <Shift>F2 SCOPY Copy selected text to clipboard PF15 = <Shift>F3 SPASTE Paste clipboard starting at current cusor position PF16 = <Shift>F4 SCREATE Create new file with selected text PF17 = <Shift>F5 SREPLACE Replace/create file with selected text PF18 = <Shift>F6 STOUPPER Convert selected text to upper case PF19 = <Shift>F7 STOLOWER Convert selected text to upper case PF20 = <Shift>F8 SXCLUDE Exclude (hide) selected text PF21 = <Shift>F9 SDELETE Delete selected text PF22 = <Shift>F10 BACKBOX.SPF Calls REXX macro to create line box PF23 = <Shift>F11 Right Scroll screen right PF24 = <Shift>F12 RETRIEVE Redisplay previous primary commands
(Note: SPF/PRO will work on Win7-64 bit in XPMODE and works well)
(Note: Works in DosBox? 0.74 on Windows and Linux)
SPF/PC v5 (PRO):
This file edited with SPF/PC v5 on Linux