Allows the operator to obtain a printout of the status of the terminal.
(1) The printout consists of the following:
STATE switch position.
Actual operational state of the terminal.
Terminal's operating capacity.
MODE switch position.
BAUD RATE switch position.
STOP-BITS switch position.
Message reception envelope.
Message transmission envelope.
Parity option (ASCII mode), or Bell option (Baudot mode).
Capital letter option.
(2) The keystroke sequence for the QUERY command is "b0 QUERY b0 CR".
(3) The shortest acceptable form of the command is Q.
Allows the operator to request the status of specified message(s).
(1) If an invalid message number is requested:
Error Message No. 2 is printed.
The command is complete.
(2) If no message number is entered:
q The latest received message is assumed to be the message specified.
(3) If the operator wants the status of all messages:
q A n * is entered in the message number position of the input command.
q The status of the received messages are printed in order, first-in, first-out, by
q The status of the composed message, in order of message number, is printed and the
command is complete.
(4) The status of the message(s) is printed and includes the following:
q Type of message (received or composed).
q Number of memory blocks used by the message.
Whether a received message has been printed; or, whether a composed message has