October 1, 1979 FORMATTING NOTATION
4.2 NOTATION FOR FORMATTING CODE SPECIFICATIONS _______________________________________________
Only some of the formatting codes take effect online, but all
are effective when FULLPRINT is issued, even when routed to the
terminal (2741 option).
The edit and alter codes are shown in upper case for clarity,
all literal codes and parameters may be specified in upper but _____________________________________________________________
and/or lower case _________________.
The following conventions are followed for <data> fields:
n numeric parameter (arbitrary number of
digits)
x indexed parameter - used as an index into
a table
[;<parm>...] an optional parameter which may be
repeated as many times as desired
(including the indicated delimiter). For
example, given the specification: "THE
INVITEES ARE <guest>[AND <guest>...],"
the user could specify "THE INVITEES ARE
PAUL" or "THE INVITEES ARE JOHN AND
GEORGE AND PAUL" or "THE INVITEES ARE
PAUL AND JOHN AND GEORGE AND RINGO," etc.
Each format code description includes examples in which the
literal code is usually shown underlined, and a fully formatted
version or an explanation follows right beneath it. For
example,
!+settab1=15;2=25+ __________________
"+" is the delimiter, "settab" is the code, and "1=15;2=25"
is the data
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October 1, 1979 FORMATTING ALTER CODES
4.3 ALTER CODES _______________
Figure 4.1 summarizes several properties and the default values
of the codes explained in this section. A "" marked under "TERM"
indicates that the code takes effect online (at least starts a new
line), while a "" marked under "FU" means that code's effect
begins on the next line in the formatted (FULLPRINTed) output. A
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11 " " means that the code does not take effect either online, or
when the file is FULLPRINTed (depending on the column).


NEW LINE? _________
CODE PURPOSE DEFAULT FU TERM ____ _______ _______ __ ____

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11 !+B+ blank underscore mode H
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11 !+COLUMN+ set column mode 1
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11 !+DATE+ print the date -
!+DEPTH+ set page depth 66
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11
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11 !+DI+ set decimal label indent 3
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11 !+GRID+ draw a grid -
!+GUTTER+ set column separator 3
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11 !+HEAD+ select heading table B
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11 !+JUST+ set justification C0;L0
!+MARGIN+ set margins 0,0,9,6
!+OFFSET+ set page offset 0
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11 !+PARA+ set paragraph 5,1
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11 !+SETTAB+ set tabular columns 10*index
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11 !+SPACE+ set line spacing 1
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11 !+TABLE+ set table mode 10*index by 10
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11 !+TITLE+ set running titles -
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11 !+TOFC+ set Table of Contents all headings
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11 !+WIDOW+ set widow depth 2
!+WIDTH+ set page width 65


Figure 4.1 -- Alter Code Properties ___________________________________
NOTES _____
Alter codes must appear by themselves -- there is no keystroke
saving method of combining them.
"Multi-column mode" refers to text formatted into more than one
column (see !+COLUMN+), while "table mode" refers to text under
control of the !+TABLE+ alter code.
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