Page of GC20-i807-7 As Updated April 1, 1981 by TNL GN25-0829 The buffer imaqe is 5 representations of a 48-character string
containing: The alphabetic characters The numeric diqits, twice The special characters: * and /
since the line length for the print verification is not specified on the
uccccw macro, it defaults to 48 characters per line for 5 lines. Insert the following code in DMKUCC: UCC NUM1 DC 24CL'1234567890' UCCCCW NUM1,(60,60,60,60) The NUM1 print buffer consists of twenty-four 10-character entries.
If, after DMKUCC is reloaded, the command LOADBUF OOE UCS NUM1 VER is specified, 4 lines of 60 characters (the la-character string repeated
6 times) are printed to verify the buffer load). Part 2. Control Program (CP) 225
Page of GC20-1807-7 As Updated April 1, 1981 by TNL GN25-0829 IBM 3800 Pri nting Subsystem
The IBM 3800 printinq Subsystem is a high-speed, nonimpact printer that
combines electrophotographic and laser technology. The 3800 printer can
achieve speeds of up to 20,040 lines/minute, while several unique
features give the user the ability to control the characteristics of
printed output.
The features of the 3800 printer include: Forms control buffer -controls the amount of vertical space between
printed lines. The user can specify vertical spacing of 6, 8, or 12
lines/inch. Multiple copy printing -allows the user to request multiple copies
without the use of carbon paper. The 3800 uses its hiqh speed to
repeat-print the specified number of oriqinals. Copy modification -allows the user to print or suppress predefined
information on specified copies of a page. For example, a different
name and address can be printed on each copy of a page. Forms overlay -allows
printed (flashed) from
inside the form.
the user to specify a forA or grid to be
a negative while output is being printed Character arranqement tables -allow the user to specify
predefined character set will be used to print a data set.
character set contains up to 64 printable characters.
Each Character modification -allows character sets to be modified or
extended to meet the user's needs.
For detailed information on the 3800 printinq Subsystem see: lng printing !!§ Qi lh§ 180Q printing ££inling fQ£ the 180Q R£inting VM/370 supports the 3800 printer both as a dedicated device and as a
real spoolinq device.
Using the 3800 Printer as a Dedicated Device VM/370 allows a virtual machine that is configured to support a real 3800 to attach the 3800 for that machine's exclusive use. When used as
a dedicated device, VM/370 supports all of the facilities of the 3800. 226 System Guide
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