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The "=" command displays the last line number in the line
number list (default ".") as a number. For example, "="
prints the line number of the current line, or "$=" prints the
line number of the last line (the number of lines).
The ":" command, with no preceeding line numbers, moves the
window so that the next screenful of text is visible. With a
line number, it makes the window begin at the referenced line.
The top line in the window becomes the current line.
For general information about commands, type "hcom".
For a description of command syntax, type "hcomsyn".
To see a directory of the other commands, type "hcomdir".