1. In the Baudot mode, the following lines are printed:
BELL OPTION = (+FIGURES S, FIGURES J)
2. In the ASCII mode, the following lines are printed:
PARITY OPTION + ODD CAPITAL LETTER OPTION = (+ ON, OFF)
F-8. STATUS COMMAND - OPERATOR EXAMPLE
The operator wants to make sure he has printed out all messages received, and transmitted all
the messages that have been composed and stored in message memory. Two messages are in
Inputs b0STATUSb 2 *b0CR
RECEIVED MESSAGE NO. 0001
PRECEDENCE R PRINTED 001
COMPOSED MESSAGE NO. 0002
PRECEDENCE R NOT TRANSMITTED
004 BLOCKS CR/2LF
MEMORY 003% FULL
The * input tells the system to print the status of all messages.
The system prints messages by their message number and precedence.
If messages have the same precedence, the oldest received message is printed first, followed
by the composed message.
Whether the message is a received or composed message, and whether it has been printed or
transmitted is indicated.
Total number of blocks of the message memory for each message used is printed. This is
followed by the total percent of message memory occupied. After completing the printing, the
system returns to the System Command level.