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Hacking The HP2000 Part 1




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                               COMMANDS






1. APPEND      2. BYE         3. CATALOG     4. CSAVE       5. DELETE      

6. DEVICE      7. ECHO        8. EXECUTE     9. FILE        10. GET        

11. GROUP      12. HELLO      13. KEY        14. LENGTH     15. LIBRARY    

16. LIST       17. LOAD       18. LOCK       19. MESSAGE    20. MWA        

21. NAME       22. PAUSE      23. PRIVATE    24. PROTECT    25. PUNCH      

26. PURGE      27. RENUMBER   28. RUN        29. SAVE       30. SCRATCH    

31. SWA        32. TAPE       33. TIME       34. UNRESTRICT 




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                         APPEND






GEN. FORM:    APPEND-PROGRAM REFERENCE




     THE APPEND COMMAND RETRIEVES THE NAMED PROGRAM FROM THE

APPROPRIATE LIBRARY AND APPENDS IT TO THE CURRENT CONTENTS OF YOUR

WORK SPACE.  THE NAME OF YOUR WORK SPACE IS UNCHANGED.






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                         BYE






GEN. FORM:     BYE




     THE BYE COMMAND IS USED TO LOG OFF THE SYSTEM.  THE 

SYSTEM WILL RESPOND BY PRINTING THE NUMBER OF MIN. THAT YOU HAVE

USED IN THE CURRENT SESSION AND WILL ALSO UPDATE THE TOTAL TIME USED

BY IDCODE.






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               CATALOG, GROUP, & LIBRARY






GEN. FORM:     CATALOG-[LIBRARY NAME]

               GROUP-[LIBRARY NAME]

               LIBRARY-[LIBRARY NAME]




     THE COMMANDS ARE USED TO OBTAIN ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF 

PROGRAMS & FILES STORED ON THE SYSTEM.

     THE CATALOG COMMAND LISTS THE NAMES OF ALL PROGRAMS AND FILES

STORED IN YOUR LIBRARY.  THE GROUP COMMAND LISTS THE NAMES OF NON-

PRIVATE PROGRAMS AND FILES STORED IN YOUR GROUP LIBRARY.  THE LIBRARY

COMMAND LISTS THE NAMES OF NON-PRIVATE PROGRAMS AND FILES IN THE SYSTEM 

LIBRARY.






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                         CREATE






GEN. FORM:     CREATE- FILE NAME,FILE LENGTH [,RECORD LENGTH]



     THE CREATE COMMAND BUILDS A BASIC FORMATTED FILE ON DISC.



EXAMPLE:     CRE-FILEA,4






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                         DELETE





GEN. FORM:     DELETE-BEGINNING STATEMENT NO.[,ENDING STATEMENT NO.]



     THE DELETE COMMAND ERASES ALL STATEMENTS IN YOUR WORK SPACE

BETWEEN AND INCLUDING THE SPECIFIED STATEMENTS.

EXAMPLE:     DEL-27,50

             DEL-27,27






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                         DEVICE





GEN. FORM:     DEVICE



     THE DEVICE COMMAND LISTS THE SPECIFIC DEVICE DESIGNATORS FOR THE

NON-SHARABLE DEVICES THAT ARE AVAILABLE TO YOUR IDCODE.






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                         ECHO





GEN. FORM:     ECHO-ON,    ECHO-OFF



     THE ECHO COMMAND CAUSES THE SYSTEM TO ECHO OT NOT TO ECHO CHARACTERS

RECEIVED FROM YOUR TERMINAL.






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                         EXECUTE





GEN. FORM:     EXECUTE-PROGRAM REFERENCE



     THE EXECUTE COMMAND CLEARS YOUR WORK SPACE OF ANY PRIVIOUS PROGRAM,

BRINGS THE SPECIFIED PROGRAM INTO YOUR WOUK SPACE, AND BEGINS

EXECUTING THE PROGRAM.






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                         FILE



     THIS COMMAND IS THOROUGHLY EXPLAINED IN THE FILE AREA OF

 THIS PROGRAM.






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                         GET





GEN. FORM:     GET-PROGRAM NAME



     THE GET COMMAND CLEARS YOUR WORK SPACE OF ANY PREVIOUS PROGRAM

AND BRINGS THE SPECIFIED PROGRAM INTO YOUR WORK SPACE.






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               CATALOG, GROUP, & LIBRARY






GEN. FORM:     CATALOG-[LIBRARY NAME]

               GROUP-[LIBRARY NAME]

               LIBRARY-[LIBRARY NAME]




     THE COMMANDS ARE USED TO OBTAIN ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF 

PROGRAMS & FILES STORED ON THE SYSTEM.

     THE CATALOG COMMAND LISTS THE NAMES OF ALL PROGRAMS AND FILES

STORED IN YOUR LIBRARY.  THE GROUP COMMAND LISTS THE NAMES OF NON-

PRIVATE PROGRAMS AND FILES STORED IN YOUR GROUP LIBRARY.  THE LIBRARY

COMMAND LISTS THE NAMES OF NON-PRIVATE PROGRAMS AND FILES IN THE SYSTEM 

LIBRARY.






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                         HELLO





GEN. FORM:     HELLO-IDCODE,PASSWORD[,TERMINAL TYPE]



     THE HELLO COMMAND IS USED TO LOG ON TO THE SYSTEM.  YOUR IDCODE

AND PASSWORD ARE ASSIGNED BY THE SYSTEM OPERATOR.






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                         KEY





GEN. FORM:     KEY



     THE KEY COMMAND TELLS THE SYSTEM THAT THE FOLLOWING INPUT WILL

BE FROM YOUR TERMINAL KEYBOARD.  IT IS USED ONLY AFTER A TAPE

(PAPER TAPE INPUT) OPERATION IS COMPLETE.






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                         LENGTH



GEN. FORM:     LENGTH

     THE LENGTH COMMAND PRINTS THE NUMBER OF WORDS IN THE PROGRAM

CURRENTLY IN YOUR WORK SPACE.






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               CATALOG, GROUP, & LIBRARY






GEN. FORM:     CATALOG-[LIBRARY NAME]

               GROUP-[LIBRARY NAME]

               LIBRARY-[LIBRARY NAME]




     THE COMMANDS ARE USED TO OBTAIN ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF 

PROGRAMS & FILES STORED ON THE SYSTEM.

     THE CATALOG COMMAND LISTS THE NAMES OF ALL PROGRAMS AND FILES

STORED IN YOUR LIBRARY.  THE GROUP COMMAND LISTS THE NAMES OF NON-

PRIVATE PROGRAMS AND FILES STORED IN YOUR GROUP LIBRARY.  THE LIBRARY

COMMAND LISTS THE NAMES OF NON-PRIVATE PROGRAMS AND FILES IN THE SYSTEM 

LIBRARY.






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                         LIST





GEN. FORM:     LIST

               LIST-P

               LIST-[BEGINNING STATEMENT NO.],[ENDING STATEMENT NO.][,P]



     THE LIST COMMAND PRODUCES A LISTING OF STATEMENTS IN YOUR WORK

SPACE, IN STATEMENT NUMBER ORDER.  BEGINNING AND/OR ENDING STATEMENT

NUMBERS CAN BE SPECIFIED TO OBTAIN A PARTIAL LISTING.






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                         LOAD



GEN. FORM:     LOAD-FILE NAME



     THE LOAD COMMAND LOADS THE CONTENTS OF THE ASCII FILE INTO 

THE USER'S WORK SPACE AS A PROGRAM.






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                         LOCK



GEN. FORM:     LOCK-LIBRARY NAME



     THE LOCK COMMAND PLACES THE NAMED PROGRAM OR FILE IN THE

LOCKED STATE.






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                         MESSAGE



GEN. FORM:     MESSAGE-CHARACTER STRING



     THE MESSAGE COMMAND SENDS A CHARACTER STRING PRECEDED BY YOUR

PORT NUMBER TO THE SYSTEM OPERATOR.






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                         MWA



GEN. FORM:     MWA-FILE NAME



     THE MWA (MULTIPLE WRITE ACCESS) COMMAND ALLOWS A FILE TO BE 

WRITEN ON BY MORE THAN ONE IDCODE NUMBER.






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                         NAME



GEN. FORM:     NAME [-PROGRAM NAME]

     THE NAME COMMAND ASSIGNS A NAME TO THE PROGRAM CURRENTLY

IN YOUR WORK SPACE.






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                         PAUSE



GEN. FORM:     PAUSE-TIME LIMIT



     THE PAUSE COMMAND CAUSES AN EXECUTING PROGRAM TO PAUSE FOR 

THE NUMBER OF SECONDS SPECIFIED IN TIME LIMIT.  PAUSE ONLY HAS EFFECT

IF EXECUTED THROUGH THE SYSTEM STATEMENT.






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                         PRIVATE



GEN. FORM:     PRIVATE-LIBRARY NAME



     THE PRIVATE COMMAND PLACES THE NAMED PROGRAM OR FILE IN THE

THE PRIVATE STATE.






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                         PROTECT



GEN. FORM:     PROTECT-LIBRARY NAME



     THE PROTECT CMMAND PLACES THE NAMED PROGRAM OR FILE IN THE 

PROTECTED STATE.






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                         PUNCH



GEN. FORM:     PUNCH[-P]

               PUNCH-[BEGINING STATEMENT #][, ENDING STATEMENT #][-P]



    THE PUNCH COMMAND PUNCHES THE CURRENT PROGRAM ONTO PAPER TAPE

IF YOUR TERMINAL HAS A PAPER TAPE PUNCH.






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                         PURGE



GEN. FORM:     PURGE-LIBRARY NAME



     THE PURGE COMMAND DELETES THE SPECIFIED PROGRAM OR FILE FROM 

YOUR LIBRARY. IT WILL NOT AFFECT WORK SPACE.






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                         RENUMBER



GEN. FORM:     RENUMBER

               REN-STATEMENT #

               REN-STMT #, INTERVAL

               REN-STMT #, INTERVAL, BEGINNING STMT #

               REN-STMT #, INTERVAL, BEGINNING STMT #, ENDING STMT #



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                         RUN



GEN. FORM:     RUN

               RUN-STATEMENT #



     THE RUN COMMAND STARTS EXECUTION OF THE CURRENT PROGRAM IN

YOUR WORK SPACE. A PROGRAM MAY ALSO BE  RUN FROM A SPECIFIED LINE #






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                         SAVE AND CSAVE



GEN. FORM:     SAVE  OR  CSAVE



    THE SAVE AND THE CSAVE COMMANDS BOTH SAVE COPIES OF THE PROGRAM

CURRENTLY IN YOUR WORK SPACE IN YOUR LIBRARY.  THE CSAVE COMMAND

WILL BEGIN EXECUTION  SLIGHTLY FASTER THEN A SAVED PROGRAM.  THIS

IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT WITH LARGE PROGRAMS THAT DO A LOT OF CHAINING.






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                         SCRATCH



GEN. FORM:     SCRATCH



     THE SCRATCH COMMAND DELETES THE ENTIRE CURRENT PROGRAM 

INCLUDING THE PROGRAM NAME FROM YOUR WORK SPACE.






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                         SWA



GEN. FORM:     SWA-FILENAME



     THE SWA (SINGLE WRITE ACCESS) COMMAND REMOVES THE NAMED FILE FROM

THE MWA (MULTIPLE WRITE ACCESS) STATE.  THE FILE MAY NOW ONLY  BE

WRITTEN TO BY THE FIRST USER TO ACCESS IT WHILE THAT USER HAS THE

FILE OPENED.






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                         TAPE



GEN. FORM:    TAPE



     THE TAPE COMMAND TELLS THE SYSTEM THAT THE FOLLOWING INPUT

(A GROUP OF BASIC STATEMENTS) IS FROM THE TERMINAL'S PAPER

TAPE READER.






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                         TIME



GEN. FORM:     TIME



     THE TIME COMMAND GIVES YOU THE AMOUNT OF TIME YOU HAVE USED OUT

OF YOUR ALLOTTED TIME AND THE LENGTH OF TIME YOU HAVE BEEN ON.






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                         UNRESTRICT





GEN. FORM:     UNRESTRICT-LIBRARY NAME



     THE UNRESRICT COMMAND PLACES THE NAMED PROGRAM OR FILE IN THE 

UNRESTRICTED STATE.






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