The terminal accepts the command and sets the remind option for the TRANSMIT and/or TTY
This subcommand allows the operator to select the end-of-line (EOL) sequence for transmission.
The EOL character is sent in place of a carriage-return.
When transmission circuit requirements dictate a change in the EOL, the
station SOP determines the change.
a. The EOL character sequence consists of zero to eight characters. Each character is
entered as two hexadecimal digits representing the ASCII code (table G-1).
b. If more than eight characters are selected, or the hexadecimal digits do not correspond to
an ASCII character, error message No. 10 is printed.
c. On power-up initialization, the EOL sequence is:
Characters: CR CR LF
d. If transmission is in process when the EOL subcommand is selected, error message No.
19 is printed, no change is made and the subcommand is complete.
e. The keystroke sequence for the EOL subcommand is "b0EOL(#b2HH)b2 CR".
A null EOL produces a null EOL sequence.
f. The shortest acceptable form of the subcommand is EO.
Operator example: While in the PARAMETER command level, the operator decides to at-
tach the ASCII code for HEXADECIMAL 5F to the end of each line.