Manual: Editing a Program
Allows the user to enter a program or edit an existing one.
The screen shows a window of 4 lines on the program along with a cursor (>).
Lines begin with the current line number followed by the command.
With an empty program the screen looks like this.
[>>] Moves the cursor down towards the end of the program. (Cursor can’t move past the End command.)
[<>] Moves the cursor up towards the start of the program.
[C] Returns to the program menu.
[G] Edit the line the cursor is at.
[C] Press and hold for 1 second to delete the line at the curser (lines above are moved up to close the gap).
[G] Press and hold for 1 second to insert a new line at the cursor (lines beneath are moved down to make space).
Editing a line.
Allows the user to add a new line (by editing the End command) or change an existing line. Commands are changed by cycling through the available list.
[<<] Cycles backwards through the list of commands.
[>>] Cycles forward through the list of commands.
[G] Accepts current command (if command has parameters then it will prompt for them to be edited)
[C] Cancels changes and returns to program listing.