tion of abbreviations and symbols, and to the ERROR MESSAGE LIST, table
in Appendix J for the explanation
of error message
(2) Symbol for System Command is @.
(3) Refer to table J-3 for shortest acceptable form for commands and sub-
a. Operator Example No. 1 - Single Message.
While composing message No. 8, the operator sees that the MESSAGE RECEIVED lamp has
turned on. The message being received is stored as message No. 9. To print out the received
message No. 9, the operator uses the PRINT command.
Inputs b0 PRINT b2 9b0 CR
10 line-feeds, message No. 9 printed out, 10 line-feeds and prints:
The system locates and prints out message No. 9. Upon completion of printing, the system
returns to the System Command level (the message is not erased from memory).
b. Operator Example No. 2- Emptying Message Memory
The operator sees that the MEMORY FULL lamp has turned on and decides to empty message
Inputs b0 PRINT b2*b0CR
10 line-feeds, the highest precedence and oldest received message is printed out, 10 line-feeds,
continued printing of the next oldest and highest precedence message until all are printed out.
The system prints out the messages in order, beginning with the highest precedence and oldest
received message. Each message is erased as it is printed. After all messages are printed, the
system returns to the System Command level.