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 The "<" command is a prefix for the "K" and "S" commands

 (*Note Keyword: K-command) (*Note Search: S-command)

 which sets the scan  direction to BACKWARDS  through the file.   String
 matching is always carried  out on a  line by line  basis from left  to
 right.  For example,  you could  type "<Sfoobar" to  search toward  the
 beginning of the current INFO file  for the string "foobar".  Once  the
 search direction is set, it remains  unchanged until reset by a "<"  or
 ">" command.