October 1, 1979 FORMATTING EDIT CODES
SKIP line(s)


!-S-


!-S- skip line(s) _______________________
This code starts a "new line" and then skips <n> blank lines.


!-S[<n>]-
0 _


NOTES _____
The new line itself may cause some skipped lines if the file is
double or triple spaced (e.g., !-s2- will cause 3 lines to be
skipped if the file is double spaced)
EXAMPLES ________
!-s2- _____
this code will leave two blank lines in the text
!-s- ____
this code is the same as !-s0-
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October 1, 1979 FORMATTING EDIT CODES
TAB


!-T-


!-T- tab ______________
The text that follows this code and is delimited by the next
edit code, is positioned at the column position specified.


!-T[<col>][<mod>][<fill>]-
*n C ,<char>
L x _ ,<dec>
R


<col>....this parameter controls the column (modified by <mod>)
which the printer tabs to before printing the text.
It defaults to the next index (x).
*n.......move to absolute column n+1 (i.e., !-t*0-
moves to column 1)
x........the value of the xth entry in the table
defined by the !+SETTAB+ alter code (1-10).
These values default to every ten spaces
(1=10, 2=20,...10=100). See !+SETTAB+ alter
code.
<mod>....this parameter indicates whether the left-most (L),
right-most (R), or center (C) position of the text
string will be aligned with <pos>. Explicitly
specifying <mod> will override any modifier specified
with the !+SETTAB+ alter code.
<fill>...this parameter will place the "fill character" into
any spaces skipped over as a result of the tab.
<char>...a literal, non-control character (see Section
3 -- CONTROL CHARACTERS).
<dec>....the decimal representation of the character
(see Section 4.6)
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