TEML non-terminating commands E-L
The non-terminating commands do not cause an exit to the IDE. They can be used in any sequence.
Command │ Action
EndCursor │ Moves cursor to end of file buffer.
ExtendBlockBeg │ Initiates a series of commands that will
│ select a block of text between the initial and
│ ending positions of the cursor.
ExtendBlockEnd │ Ends a series of commands begun by
FixCursorPos │ Ensures that the cursor value specifies a row
│ between 1 and the number of lines in the
│ buffer, and a column greater than 0. If
│ the cursor through tab option is set, the
│ cursor is placed in the middle of a tab
│ character (see SetCursorThroughTabMode).
FixScreenPos │ Adjusts the screen display to ensure the
│ cursor is visible.
FullPaintScreen │ Redraws the entire window, making
│ no assumptions about what is onscreen.
HideBlock │ Sets a flag indicating that the selected text
│ should not be highlighted.
HighlightBlock │ Sets a flag indicating that if the beginning
│ and end selected text markers are valid, the
│ selected text should be highlighted.
HomeCursor │ Moves cursor to beginning of the file buffer.
IndentBlock │ Inserts a space at the beginning of each line
│ in the highlighted (selected) text.
InsertText │ Inserts the literal "string" in the buffer at
│ the current cursor location. Use the
│ syntax InsertText(string) to call this command.
LeftOfLine │ Moves cursor to beginning of the current line.
LiteralChar │ Inserts the character at the current
│ cursor location, without doing any special
│ processing for newline, tab characters, etc.
│ Use the syntax LiteralChar(c), where c is a
│ character or integer value. Ths macro places
│ characters only into the editor and cannot be
│ used to control the IDE menu system.