(1) The AN/UGC-74A(V)3 has the ability to indicate error or exception condition by printing
q Messages preceded by an asterisk (*) are printed out in full.
All others appear only as message error numbers. Table 2-6 must be used to deter-
mine the error message text.
(2) The sequence of printing the error message is for the terminal to initiate the following:
Carriage Return (CR) and Line-Feed (LF).
One space, a question mark, and a space.
q The error message or error message number, followed by a CR and LF.
Example: CR/LF b1 ? b1 (error message) CR/LF.
. Terminal halts until the error is corrected.
(1) For the purpose of simplification, all error messages in this manual are
referred to by message number.
(2) Error message does not necessarily mean that an error exists, but could
indicate a function has been performed and the error message is printed
to alert the operator.