The Show list is an alternative way of limiting the number of lines shown on the screen; if you have not already done so, you should read about Show before continuing here.
Type a list of the groups you want to see next to the Show List heading
All the lines in every group are shown, and no others.
This feature, unlike using the SH and HI prefix commands, does not show the
first line of each group; to restore the first lines, type H on the command
There does not have to be a perfect match between the Show List and entries under the Show heading. In this example:
DDF 1.0 ------------- USERID1 Jun 1994 ------- ROW 1 FROM nnn Command ===> Scroll ===>PAGE Show list > < Cmd Member Text Description Show FRED PROJ1.QUAL2.QUAL3.QUAL4 ABC PROJ1.LEVEL2.QUAL3.QUAL4 ABC PROJ2.QUAL2.QUAL3.QUAL4 ABC BILL OTHERID.SOME.DATA.OR.OTHER ABD YET.ANOTHER.LEVEL P1 XYZ PROJ3.ANOTHER.DATSET RSTif you had entered AB in the Show List above, then all lines with a show field starting AB would be shown, i.e. projects ABC and ABD.. This feature can be used to create groups and subgroups of datasets, entirely under your control.
Last updated: 21 Jan 2002