more - Browse text files
More is used to show the contents of a file, one screen at a time. Any type of file can be displayed, but ASCII (TXT) and script (CMD) files will produce the only meaningful results. For example,
displays the contents of your login script. More than one file can be shown by giving more a file list, such as:
more mailrc resume login
When at the — More (xx%) — prompt, the following commands are available (i denotes a number):
Display another screenful, or i more lines if i is specified.
Display another line, or i more lines, if i is specified.
(Ctrl-D) Display 11 more lines. If i is given, the scroll size is set to i.
Same as ^D (Ctrl-D)
Same as SPACE, except that i, if present, becomes the new default number of lines per screenful.
Skip i lines and then display a screenful.
(Ctrl-B) Skip back i screenfuls and then display a screenful.
Same as ^B (Ctrl-B)
Edit the current file using the editor selected in setenv. When done editing, return back to more.
Display the current line number.
Skip forward i files given in the command line, or to the last filename in the list if i is out of range.
Skip backward i files given in the command line, or to the first filename in the list if i is out of range.
Display the current filename and line number.
Exit from more.
Currently, more only works on files of 2048 lines of text or less. (The editors can only edit files with 300 lines of text or less).
grep(C), lpr(C), tail(C)