SET ALT - change alteration counts
- [SET] ALT [n] [m]
- The SET ALT command allows the user to change the alteration counts. This command is usually called from within a macro.
- The first number; n sets the number of changes since the last AUTOSAVE was issued.
- The second number; m sets the number of changes since the last SAVE or SSAVE command was issued.
- All options can be specified as the current EQUIVCHAR to retain the existing value.
- XEDIT: Compatible.
- KEDIT: Compatible.
- See Also:
- SET EQUIVCHAR
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