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      ADDSCR:\>ERR\_FRMNUL\>= 1\>Frame null.\\
      \>ERR\_FRMNAC\>= 3\>Frame could not be accessed.\\
      \>ERR\_PARINV\>= 4\>Parameter name invalid.\\
      CNPAR:\>ERR\_PARANC\>= 2\>Parameter association not cancelled.\\
      \>ERR\_PARINV\>= 4\>Parameter name invalid.\\
      CTOI:\>ERR\_INPINV\>= 5\>Input invalid.\\
      CTOR:\>ERR\_INPINV\>= 5\>Input invalid.\\
      \>\>\textbf{RDDATA, WRDATA}\\



ADDSCR: ERR_FRMNUL = 1 Frame null.

ERR_FRMNAC = 3 Frame could not be accessed.

ERR_PARINV = 4 Parameter name invalid.

CNPAR: ERR_PARANC = 2 Parameter association not cancelled.

ERR_PARINV = 4 Parameter name invalid.

CTOI: ERR_INPINV = 5 Input invalid.

CTOR: ERR_INPINV = 5 Input invalid.


name default maxels value actels RDKEYx

name value nels WRKEYx

name dtype ftype size pointer RDDATA, WRDATA

name dtype size pointer GETDYN

name dtype maxdims dimens actdims pointer RDIMAG

name dtype dimens ndims pointer WRIMAG

  The following qualifiers are recognized:
    \item[\texttt{-b}] Process pages in reverse order; this can be useful on the
    A2 model printers which stack their pages face up and therefore in the
    reverse of the order in which they were printed.
    \item[\texttt{-c\#}]  Print \texttt{\#} copies of each page; a photocopier is
    cheaper so this qualifier shouldn’t really be needed.
    \item[\texttt{-x\#}\textit{unit}] Set the left margin to \texttt{\#} (which
    can be both a real number and negative); \textit{unit} is one of:
      bp &big point (1in = 72bp)\\
      cc &cicero (1cc = 12dd)\\
      cm &centimetre (1in = 2.54cm)\\
      dd &didot point (1157dd = 1238pt)\\
      in &inch\\
      mm &millimetre\\
      pc &pica (1pc = 12pt)\\
      pt &point (72.27pt = 1in)\\
      sp &scaled point (65536sp = 1pt)
    The default margin is 1in.
    \item[\texttt{-y\#}\textit{unit}] Set top margin. The default is 1in.
    \item[0385--41191] (RDC) V21, (use 8-bit no-parity), connected to
    Departmental Gandalf PACX.
    PACX service is \texttt{STARN}.
    More details if you specify \texttt{HELP} instead of \texttt{STARN} after
    the Gandalf prompt.
    \item[061--273--5730] (RDC) V21/V23 (autobaud), seven bits, even parity,
    connected to VAX--11/750.
    \item[0477--71324] (RDC) V21/V23/V22/V22bis (autobaud), connected to a DECserver
    \item[0235--831--593] (RDC) VAX 11/780, V22.
    \item[0235--44--6951] PAD line V21/V23.
    \item[0235--44--6952] PAD line V22/V22bis.


The following qualifiers are recognized:


Process pages in reverse order; this can be useful on the A2 model printers which stack their pages face up and therefore in the reverse of the order in which they were printed.


Print # copies of each page; a photocopier is cheaper so this qualifier shouldn’t really be needed.


Set the left margin to # (which can be both a real number and negative); unit is one of:

bp big point (1in = 72bp)
cc cicero (1cc = 12dd)
cm centimetre (1in = 2.54cm)
dd didot point (1157dd = 1238pt)
in inch
mm millimetre
pc pica (1pc = 12pt)
pt point (72.27pt = 1in)
sp scaled point (65536sp = 1pt)

The default margin is 1in.


Set top margin. The default is 1in.



(RDC) V21, (use 8-bit no-parity), connected to Departmental Gandalf PACX. PACX service is STARN. More details if you specify HELP instead of STARN after the Gandalf prompt.


(RDC) V21/V23 (autobaud), seven bits, even parity, connected to VAX–11/750.


(RDC) V21/V23/V22/V22bis (autobaud), connected to a DECserver 200.


(RDC) VAX 11/780, V22.


PAD line V21/V23.


PAD line V22/V22bis.