(2) The only restrictions on the use of delimeters are:
The delimeter must be a character which is not in the phrase to be found.
The delimeter must be the same on both sides of the phrase.
There can be no space between the delimeter and the first letter of the
first word of the phrase to be found.
There can be no space between the delimeter and the last letter of the
last word of the phrase to be found.
e. If a phrase of more than 20 characters is entered, error message no. 5 is printed.
f. The keystroke sequence for the FIND subcommand is "b0FINDb2 DELIMITER - PHRASE
g. The shortest acceptable form of the subcommand is F.
h. Operator example: The operator wants to locate the phrase "REPORT THE COOR-
DINATES", so that the spelling can be corrected.
Because "co-ordinates" is spelled wrong in the text, it must be spelled
wrong in the FIND subcommand.
The delimiter character in this example is the question (?) mark.
CR/LF prints REPORT THE COORDINATES, the edit prompt sequence is issued:
The terminal finds the phrase, moves the line pointer down, and prints the line containing the
This subcommand allows the operator to print a specified number of lines of the message being
edited, beginning at the current line pointer position. The line pointer position is not changed.
a. If the number of lines to be printed is not entered, it is assumed to be 1. If an "*" is
entered, the remainder of the message is printed.