(1) Allows operator to print out messages by message number without erasing them from
Operator may also print out all received messages in message memory and erase
The term "found" refers to the terminals ability to recognize and accept
(or reject) an envelope.
(2) When the message number is input and found:
The subject message is printed.
The system performs 10 line-feeds.
At completion of printing, message is not deleted from message memory.
(3) If HLT or ABORT are used to stop printing:
Error message No. 17 (Printing Aborted) is printed and system returns to System
Stored messages are only recorded within the system when completely printed.
(4) If the operator enters an
instead of a message number, all messages are printed out.
Messages are printed in the order received, (first in, first out), by precedence, then
System finds the number of the oldest, highest precedence message, performs 10
line-feeds, then prints and deletes message.
This is repeated until all received messages are printed out: System performs 10 line-
feeds to complete the command.
If HLT or ABORT are activated, Error Message
is printed and the PRINT
command is terminated.
(5) Keystroke sequence for PRINT command.
(+ XXXX, *) b 0
Shortest acceptable form of command is PR.