List ranges are used in the
A list range is in one of the following forms:
location # starting line only first, last # starting and ending line , last # ending line only
A location is described elsewhere. first can also be a location but they aflso may be a number. And finally last can be an offset.
A number is just a decimal number. An offset is a number prefaced with "+" and indicates the number to increment the line number found in *first*.
5 # start from line 5 of current file 5 , # Same as above. 5 # listsize lines before and up to 5 foo.pl:5 # start from line 5 of file foo.py foo() # start from function foo File::Basename:5 # start from line 5 of module File::Basename File::Basename:5 # Same as above. File::Basename:5, 6 # list lines 5 and 6 of File::Basename File::Basename:5, +1 # Same as above. +1 is an offset File::Basename:5, 1 # Same as above, since 1 < 5. File::Basename:5, +6 # lines 5-11 File::Basename.join() # lines starting with the os.join.path function. "c:\foo.pl":10, # listsize lines starting from line 10 of c:\foo.py