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Help for '@more'

*subst*
[DEPRECATED]
THERE IS NO NEED TO USE THIS COMMAND in 99.99% of the cases.

Syntax: @more
       @more rest
       @more flush

If you have @pagelength set (see `help @pagelength') and some combination of events or commands produces sufficiently many lines of output, you will see a message of the form

%[strsub(player.more_msg,"%%n","37")]

indicating (in this case) 37 more lines of text waiting to be read.
At this point, you should give one of the @more commands above.

@more without arguments prints sufficiently many lines to fill your screen,
assuming you've set @pagelength correctly, unless there are not that many
lines left to print.

@more rest will print all of the remaining lines, regardless of your @pagelength setting.

@more flush discards all remaining lines
*Last Updated: 06/12/18 by Fengshui*
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