The primary commands listed here summarize the primary commands you use to display and change your edit profile. Notice that many of these command settings are displayed in the user profile
This displays the current setting of each mode in this list and controls whether changes to these settings are saved.
This controls whether a copy of the saved data is automatically stored in the ISPF list data set.
This controls whether lines of data are automatically renumbered when the data is saved.
This controls whether data is saved when you enter END.
This controls whether alphabetic characters are stored in uppercase when the data is saved.
This controls whether data is displayed in hexadecimal format.
This controls the use of enhanced edit color.
This names an edit macro used at the start of the edit session.
This controls whether tutorial notes are included in an Edit model.
This controls whether blank spaces at the end of a line are written to the panel as blanks or nulls. The difference is that nulls allow you to insert data; blanks do not.
This controls the generation of sequence numbers in a data set.
This controls whether ISPF packs (compresses) the data when it is saved.
This controls the recovery of an edit session after a system failure.