This statement sets the list
cursor at the first position of the next line after the current line, if the current position of
the list cursor was produced by a previous output statement. In the first line of a new page and if
the current list cursor was set to the list line using the statements
NEW-LINE is ignored by the list cursor.
NEW-LINE is executed implicitly at the end of an event block.
NO-SCROLLING has the effect that the first line of the current
list level written after the statement
NEW-LINE using an output statement
ULINE) cannot be moved horizontally. This applies to scrolling in the
list displayed on the screen by the user and also to scrolling using the statement
SCROLL. Vertical moves are not affected.
To freeze an area that covers multiple lines, the statement
SET LEFT SCROLL-BOUNDARY can be used.
The line with the output "Fixed Line" is not moved by horizontal scrolling.
WRITE / 'Scrollable Line'. NEW-LINE NO-SCROLLING. WRITE: / 'Fixed Line', / 'Scrollable Line'.
SCROLLING undoes the addition
(default setting). The addition
NO-SCROLLING can only be undone before an output statement is executed. Once a line has been frozen, this state can no longer be undone.