The term "Justify", as used in the printing industry, means to adjust
lines to the proper length by spacing.
Allows the operator to reformat a designated message in message memory to the
specified line length. (See PARAMETER subcommands, Appendix G.)
(1) If the designated message is not a message in the system:
(message not found) is printed.
The command is terminated.
(2) Upon locating the designated message, the system line justifies the message by per-
forming the following:
Removing all line-feeds.
Replacing all carriage-returns with spaces.
Reforming lines by adding carriage-returns in spaces so that the line lengths are
equal to, or less than the selected line lengths.
Not dividing words.
The terminal accepts a space as a character. Therefore, if spaces are ran-
domly placed in the message, the JUSTIFY Command will not eliminate
these spaces. The terminal will however, remove all TAB characters.
(3) Excess spaces must be edited out of the message by the operator.
(4) The keystroke sequence for the JUSTIFY Command is "b0 JUSTIFY b2 (XXXX) b0 CR".