(5) The precedence characters and codes are shown below:
OTHER OR NOT
(6) The precedence is identified in the message by the first character of the second line.
(7) The command is completed when the system prints "CR/2LF MEMORY NNN % FULL
CR/2LF & CR/2LF" (where NNN is a three-digit number representing the percent of
message memory in use).
The keystroke sequence for the status command is b0 STATUS b2 (+ XXXX, *, NULL) b0
(9) The shortest acceptable form of the command is ST.
Allows the operator to transmit a one line message. The line-length is set at 80
characters automatically for this command.
(1) When the command is input, the status of the transmitter is checked. If a previously
composed message is being transmitted:
q Error Message No. 19 is printed.
q The command is terminated.
(2) If the transmitter is not transmitting, a carriage-return and line-feed is issued, and the
operator may enter the line of text.
The text of the line (80 characters maximum) is composed, and may be edited using
the DLC, DLL and REV keys.
The line of text is transmitted with an end-of-line sequence appended, and in an
envelope, when a carriage-return is entered.
q The line is not printed when transmitted.
c The command is then terminated.
(3) The keystroke sequence for the TTY command is "b0TTYb 0CR".
(4) The shortest acceptable form of the command is TT.