NEW-PAGE


Basic form

NEW-PAGE.

Additions




1. ... NO-TITLE
2 ... WITH-TITLE
3. ... NO-HEADING
4. ... WITH-HEADING
5. ... LINE-COUNT lin
6. ... LINE-SIZE col

Effect

Starts a new page during list processing.

Terminates the current page and continues output on a new page.

Notes


Addition 1

... NO-TITLE

Effect

Starts a new page but no longer outputs the standard header (title, date and page number). This is the default setting for secondary lists.

Addition 2

... WITH-TITLE

Effect

Starts a new page and continues to output of the standard header (title, date and page number). This is the default setting for basic lists (see REPORT ... NO STANDARD PAGE HEADING ).

Addition 3

... NO-HEADING

Effect

Starts a new page but no longer outputs column headings (text elements). This is the default setting for secondary lists.

Addition 4

... WITH-HEADING

Effect

Starts a new page and continues to output the column headings (text elements). This is the default setting for basic lists (see REPORT ... NO STANDARD PAGE HEADING ).

Addition 5

... LINE-COUNT lin

Effect

Starts a new page containing the number of lines specified by lin (in the exceptional case of LINE-COUNT 0 , the number of lines per page is unlimited).

Note

The default setting is taken from the addition ... LINE-COUNT in the REPORT statement.
Further notes about the use of LINE-COUNT .

Addition 6

... LINE-SIZE col

Effect

Formats the new page with the number of columns specified in col . The exception to this is LINE-SIZE = 0 which indicates line length set by the system according to the standard window width.
The addition ... LINE-SIZE col is only effective on the new page if it is also the first page of a new list level.

Note

The addition works only before initialization of the new list level (with WRITE, SKIP, ... ).
The default setting is also taken from the addition ... LINE-SIZE in the REPORT statement.

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