G-3. CLRTAB SUBCOMMAND
This subcommand allows the operator to clear one to 12 specified tabs. To remove all tabs set,
enter " ". The system is powered up with NO tabs set.
a. After clearing the specified tabs, any remaining tabs are printed. If no tabs remain, error
message number 20 prints.
b. The keystroke sequence for the CLRTAB subcommand is "b0CLRTAB (+(#b2XX),
c. The shortest acceptable form of the subcommand is CL.
d. Operator example: Still operating in the PARAMETER command level, the operator wants
to clear the tab set at 45.
The terminal accepts the command, clears the tab at 45, and responds by printing the
tabs set in the terminal, followed by the PARAMETER prompt sequence.
G-4. DISPLAY SUBCOMMAND
This subcommand allows the operator to print out all tab settings, in order from lowest to
highest. If none are set, error message number 20 is printed.
a. The keystroke sequence for the DISPLAY subcommand is "b0DISPLAYb 0CR".
b. The shortest acceptable form of the subcommand is DI.
c. The system response is "XXX (#b1b1XXX)" (XXX represents the tab setting).
d. Operator example: With the system operating in the PARAMETER command level the
operator wants to check the tab settings.
Inputs b0DISPLAYb 0CR
The terminal prints the tab settings and issues the PARAMETER prompt sequence.