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Re: LINE NUMBERS
>Is there a way to turn on line numbering in an IDL program file?
>If there isn't, what is the fastest way to scroll down to a line (after
>opening) in a long IDL program file?
EMACS: CTRL+G will let you enter a line number to jump to. At least, thats
my key-bindings. If you use emacs, I can let you know how to bind a key to
the goto-line command.
IDL-WAVE (EMACS): CTRL+G, unless you are going to a line because of an
error, in which case it is automatic.
VI: ": q <RETURN> emacs <RETURN>" is the best way to edit files in vi.
PICO: only allows line-number specification upon opening of file
% pico +nnn file_name
nano, an improved pico clone, allows jump-to, i believe.
IDLDE: CTRL+G. I've never used IDLDE, so i don't know how/if this works.
hope this helps.