After selecting <f1> from Figure 2-34, you are
create option destroys existing information in
warned that selecting the
Choosing Y allows
you to continue and N returns you to the screen shown in Figure 2-34.
Selecting <f3> from Figure 2-34 allows you to print information about the
After selecting <f3>, the BGU prints a list of the current
Selecting <f2> from Figure 2-34 allows you to modify existing suffix data.
Once this option is selected, you may enter up to 99 suffix descriptors. An
example of this screen is shown in Figure 2-35.
Figure 2-35 (ENTER SOI/CEOI/F1, F2, F2)
The remainder of this section explains the function key options shown in
Use this option to search for a particular suffix descriptor. Once this
option is selected, two prompts appear:
ENTER SEARCH DIRECTION: U/D/A/R)
searches upward from current cursor position to the top of the suffix
searches downward from current cursor position to the bottom of the suffix
searches from the top to the bottom of the suffix descriptor list.
searches for the next occurrence of the string previously entered when
there is more than one occurrence of the same string.