tpon, tpoff - control the visibility of the textport
tpon pops the textport of the calling process, bringing it to the front
of any windows that conceal it. tpoff pushs the textport down behind all
other windows, effectively hiding it. If the calling process was invoked
from a wsh window, this window is used for its textport; otherwise, the
process does not have a textport and this routine does nothing.
wsh(1) in the User's Reference Manual.
This routine is available only in immediate mode.
A process launched from the toolchest or The IRIS WorkSpaceTM will not
have a textport. Therefore, we do not recommend the use of these
routines in new development.
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