b. If the number of lines is greater than 99, or is an alpha character, error message No. 10 is
printed. If the number of lines specified is greater than the number of lines from the current line
to the end of the message, only the remainder of the message is printed.
c. Pressing the HLT key during printing stops the Printing, and error message No. 7 is printed.
d. If the message is empty, error message No. 7 is printed.
e. The keystroke sequence for the LIST subcommand is either (1), (2), or (3) below:
(1) b0LISTb 2XX CR(XX represents the number of lines be printed beginning at the cur-
(3) b0LlSTb 0 CR(Prints the current line.)
f. Operator example:The operator has the line pointer at line 10. The operator wants to print
lines 10 through 15.
Inputs b0LlSTb 26b0 CR
CR/LF prints the 10th through the 15th line of text.
The terminal prints the current line and the 5 lines below the pointer position.