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@CHANGE-BIT-FILE <directory name>, <block no.>
Change a block in the bit file of a directory.
- <directory name>
- <block no.>
- See rule 3 below.
- Permitted only for user SYSTEM.
- The subcommands must follow the rules given in @LOOK-AT, rule 3. Terminate subcommands with a full stop (.).
- The bit file is divided into 20 (octal) word blocks. <address> in subcommands is relative address within block 0 - 17 (octal).
@CHANGE-BIT-FILE P-ONE, 5 5/1777777 157777 2000 . @
Norsk Data Document ND–60.128.03 SINTRAN III REFERENCE MANUAL (printed February 1983), page 1-30
Norsk Data Document ND–60.174.Q01 SINTRAN III QUICK REFERENCE CARD