G-5. CAPIT SUBCOMMAND
This subcommand is only available in the ASCII mode.
This subcommand allows the operator to set or reset the capitalize option. If this option is set,
all lower case letters (a through z) input from the keyboard are changed to capitals and stored as
such in memory. If this option is not set, no change is made.
a. If CAPIT option is tried in Baudot, error message number 10 is printed.
b. The keystroke sequence for the CAPIT subcommand is "b0CAPITb 2 ( +ON, OFF) b0CR".
c. The shortest acceptable form of the subcommand is CA.
d. Operator example: With the system in the PARAMETER command level, the operator
wants to set the CAPIT option to off.
Terminal accepts the command and all letters are stored in message memory without being
G-6. REMIND SUBCOMMAND
This subcommand allows the operator to have the REMIND option on or off. If the REMIND op-
tion is on, whenever a TRANSMIT command or a TTY command is given in the ICT state, the
following reminder is printed: KEY TRANSMITTER AND ENTER CR CR/2LF.
KEY TRANSMITTER refers to turning the TRANSFER switch to ON.
a. On power-up initialization, this option is off.
b. The keystroke sequence for the REMIND subcommand is "b0REMINDb2 ( +ON,
c. The shortest acceptable form of the subcommand is REMI.
d. Operator example : With the system in the PARAMETER command level, the operator
wants to have the REMIND option on.
Inputs b0REMINDb 2 +ONb0CR