G-11. GO SUBCOMMAND
This subcommand restarts the motor that operates the print drum and ribbon feed.
a. The keystroke sequence for the GO subcommand is GO CR.
b. The shortest acceptable form of the subcommand is GO.
c. Operator example: While in the PAPER subcommand, the operator replenishes the paper
supply or ribbon. When the operator is ready to turn on the print drum and ribbon feed, the
operator performs the following:
Inputs b0GO CR
The terminal accepts the command. The print drum and ribbon feed start operating again.
The terminal is returned to the PARAMETER command level.
If the system has been in the SYSTEMS command, or the EDIT command,
and the paper has run out, the system would have automatically returned to
that command level.
G-12. TENVELOPE SUBCOMMAND
This subcommand allows the operator to set the envelope which is put around a message for
transmission. This sequence never appears in the message storage and is used for communica-
tions purposes only.
The station SOP will determine the hexadecimal digits for the TRANSMIT
a. The envelope consists of zero to eight characters of start sequence. These sequences are
entered as hexadecimal digits representing each ASCII character (refer to table G-1).