List X-function categories or all X-functions in a specified category
Command Line Usage
2. lc category:= m*;
3. lc category:="S* P*";
4. lc category:=m* update:=1;
X-Function Execution Options
Please refer to the page for additional option switches when accessing the x-function from script
Use to specify a category or categories to list. May be blank. You may enter just the first part of the name, or you may use characters * and ?. Then x-functions from all matching categories will be listed.
Set to 1 to update the list of categories. Use if a new x-function or category has been added.
Lists all available x-function categories, or all x-functions for a specified category.
To specify a category, follow lc with the category name. You may type just the start of the name, and all x-functions with matching categories will be found. You can also use wild characters * and ? in the category name. To include a space, use double quotes around the category name. Case insensitive.
lc (lists all categories)
lc s (lists all x-functions whose category starts with s)
lc s* (same as 2.)
lc s 1 (same as 2., but the x-function and category list will first be updated)
lc ma*s (lists all x-functions whose category starts with ma and ends with s)
lc ?a* (lists all x-functions whose category has second letter a)
lc "s* p*" (use double quotes when specifying a space as a character e.g. "signal processing")