Inputs b LINE b
Terminal accepts the input and sets the line length at 60.
G-2. SETAB SUBCOMMAND
This subcommand allows the operator to select one or more tab positions. If any of the
selected tab sets exceed the set line length, error message number 10 prints, and only valid tabs
are set. If a selected tab is already set, no change is made. No more than 12 tabs can be set. The
total number of tabs includes previously selected and new tab settings.
a. If more than 12 tabs are selected. the subcommand accepts the first 12 tabs and prints er-
ror message number 9. The system returns to the PARAMETER Command level. The
PARAMETER Command prompt sequence symbol is printed.
b. After accepting and setting the position, the system prints all the previously set and new
c. The keystroke sequence for the SETAB subcommand is "b0SETAB #b2 (enter desired tab
set position) b0CR".
d. The shortest acceptable form of the subcommand is SE.
e. operator example: Remaining in the PARAMETER command level, the operator decides to
set tabs at 40, 45 and 60.
Terminal accepts the input and sets tabs at 40, 45, and 60. It issues the parameter prompt se-