Edlin: L (List)--Notes
You can omit the line1 parameter, the line2 parameter, or both. The following list describes the default value(s) for
each of these cases:
If you omit only the line1 parameter, Edlin displays up to one page (full screen of text) at a time,
beginning 11 lines before the current line and ending with the line whose number
is specified in line2. When you omit only line1, you must insert a comma as a placeholder.
If you omit only the line2 parameter, Edlin displays up to one page, beginning with the line whose
number is specified in line1.
If you use the Edlin l (List) command with no parameters, Edlin displays up to one page, beginning 11
lines before the current line. If you install the ANSI.SYS device driver, the
number of lines Edlin displays per page depends on the type of monitor you
have. This number might be greater than 24.
Blocks of more than one page
When the block of lines you specify contains more than one page, Edlin
displays the first page and then prompts you with the following message:
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