ICM Manual v.3.8
by Ruben Abagyan,Eugene Raush and Max Totrov
Copyright © 2018, Molsoft LLC
Apr 24 2018

Contents
 
Introduction
Reference Guide
 ICM options
 Editing
 Graph.Controls
 Alignment Editor
 Constants
 Subsets
 Molecules
 Selections
 Fingerprints
 Regexp
 Cgi programming with icm
 Xml drugbank example
 Tree cluster
 Arithmetics
 Flow control
 MolObjects
 Energy Terms
 Integers
 Reals
 Logicals
 Strings
 Preferences
 Tables
 Other
 Chemical
 Smiles
 Soap
 Gui programming
 Commands
 Functions
 Icm shell functions
 Macros
 Files
Command Line User's Guide
References
Glossary
 
Index
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(cursor is in the text window).
Operation Shortcut Key
command word completion/prompting TAB
up-history UP arrow
down-history DOWN arrow
forward-char RIGHT arrow
backward-char LEFT arrow
beginning-of-line CTRL+A
delete-char CTRL+D
end-of-line CTRL+E
backward-delete-char Backspace or CTRL F+H
kill-to-line-end CTRL+K
insert-overstrike toggle CTRL+O
paste CTRL+P
delete/copy-whole-line CTRL+U
delete/copy-word CTRL+W
yank (identical to paste) CTRL+Y

Use the TAB key when you do not know what to do or to avoid unnecessary typing as well as probable typos in long names. This prompting is very convenient and is consistent with the tcsh UNIX shell. It will not only prompt you for possible completions, but also prompt you for available files in the read command (hit TAB after the double quote mark) and available selection of items in preference .
Examples:
 
  show Ic TAB      # completes function name IcmSequence() 
  read pdb "TAB    # gives you all local *.pdb *.brk files 
  read sequence "1a TAB  # lists 1a*.seq files  


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