CR/LF prints BEFORE HE JUMPS AGAIN
The terminal prints out the last line of the message.
H-3. UP SUBCOMMAND
This subcommand allows the operator to move the line pointer a designated number of lines
towards the first line of the message being edited, and prints the line at the new position.
a. If the number of lines is not entered, it is assumed to be 1. Entering an "*" is the same as
executing the TOP subcommand. If a number greater than 99 or an alpha character is entered,
error message No. 10 is printed.
b. If the number of lines entered is greater than the number of lines from the position of the
line pointer to the top line of the message, the line pointer is moved to the first line. That line is
c. If the message being edited is empty, error message No. 7 is printed.
d. The keystroke sequence for the UP subcommand is (1), (2), or (3) below.
(1) b0UPb 2(XX)b 0CR - XX is the input for a specific number of lines.
(2) b0UPb0CR - to move the pointer up one line.
(3) b0UPb 2 *b0CR - to move the pointer to the top line,
e. The shortest acceptable form of the subcommand is U.
f. Operator example: From line 10 in the message, the operator wants to review the top line
of the message.
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The terminal prints out the first line of the message.