jump - Jumps to Saved Model or Landscape

The jump command jumps to the previously saved model and landscape. The jump command sets the current model and the current landscape to be the model and landscape that were saved under the label text_string by the setjump command. If text_string is not specified, a list of text_strings that were given in previous setjump commands is displayed.
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The jump command jumps to the previously saved model and landscape. The jump command sets the current model and the current landscape to be the model and landscape that were saved under the label text_string by the setjump command. If text_string is not specified, a list of text_strings that were given in previous setjump commands is displayed.
The command has the following format:
jump [<text_string>]
  • If jump is entered with a valid text_string that has been previously defined, the new current model and the current landscape are displayed:
    current model is <current_model_handle> current landscape is <current_landscape_handle>
  • If jump is entered without a text_string, a list of the currently defined text_strings is displayed. For example:
    text_string1 text_string2 --
  • If jump is entered and the new current model is undefined, the following message is displayed:
    current model is undefined current landscape is <current_landscape_handle>
Example: jump
$ jump tutorial current model is 0x400142 current landscape is 0x400000