(2) The System Command level is the normal state of the terminal any time the operator is
not exercising one of nine system commands.
(3) Except for the System Commands of EDIT and PARAMETER, the System Command
level automatically returns after a System Command is accepted and carried out.
(4) Once entered:
EDIT and PARAMETER commands require the operator to use the EXIT subcommand
to return the terminal to the System Command level.
System must be in System Command level to enter the PARAMETER or EDIT com-
This is indicated by the System Command prompt sequence CR/2LF @ CR/2LF being
(5) Prompt Sequences:
Prompt sequence for the PARAMETER command level is "CR/2LF - CR/2LF"
Prompt sequence for the EDIT command level is "CR/2LF * CR/2LF"
(6) The following commands in table 2-7 are the top level commands of the system.
They specify the primary functions of the system.
A full description of these commands are given in paragraphs b through j below.
Refer to Appendix F for operator examples, and use of shortest accep-