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ROI                                                                      J001 
             CALCULATE INTERNAL RATE OF RETURN AND PROFITABILITY
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 Contribution Name...........: ROI
    Title....................: Calculate Internal Rate of Return and Profitability
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'ROI     Submission file
                             :02. &ROI  -- ROI SOURCE 
                             :03. #ROI     LOADER COMMANDS
    Operating System.........: RTE-IVB
    Language(s)..............: FTN4 
    Keywords.................: 1. ACCOUNTING
                             : 2. FINANCE 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: McCabe, John J.
               Company.......: Hewlett-Packard - SPD
               Street........: 1501 Page Mill Road
               City..........: Palo Alto
               State.........: CA 
               Country.......: U.S.A. 
               Zip Code......: 94304
               Phone Number..: (415) 857-3153 
 Program Abstract............:
   The ROI, Return On Investment, program will calculate the internal 
rate of return and profitibility index on capital equipment purchases.
   The internal rate of return or return on investment is the interest
rate that makes the Net Present Value of the investment zero. 
   The Profitability Index is the ratio of the Net Present Value (at a
given Cost of Capital) of the Operating Advantages to the Initial 
Investment.  The Profitability Index will be greater than one if the
investment returns more than the cost of capital. 
   The program allows one to print the results on a line printer in 
case one's terminal does not have a printer.
 Additional Documentation....:
Use transfer file /ROI
Enter RU,ROI   --   The program is interactive. 
The program is currently hardcoded to LU 6 for an HP2610 line printer 
and LU 56 for an HP7310 line printer;  these are easily changed.
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TASC1                                                                    J002 
                          RTE TASK MONITOR PROGRAM
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 Contribution Name...........: TASC1
    Title....................: RTE TASK MONITOR PROGRAM 
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'TASC    Submission file
                             :02. &TASC1
                             :03. &TASC2
                             :04. &TASC3
    Operating System.........: RTE-IVB
    Language(s)..............: ASMB 
                             : FTN4(X)
    Keywords.................: 1. STATUS
                             : 2. DEBUG 
                             : 3. PERFORMANCE 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: MILLER,  BRADFORD W. 
               Company.......: ACCESS CORPORATION 
               Street........: 4815 PARA DR.
               City..........: CINCINNATI 
               State.........: OH 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 45237
               Phone Number..: (513) 242-4220 
 Program Abstract............:
PROGRAMS TASC1,TASC2 AND TASC3 MONITOR THE STATE OF UP TO TEN TASKS 
RUNNING UNDER THE RTE-IVB SYSTEM.  TASC2 DIRECTLY ACCESSES THE ID 
SEGMENTS AND OTHER ENTRY POINTS IN TABLE AREA I AND II TO DETERMINE 
EXACT PROGRAM STATE.  THIS STATE IS KEPT IN A TABLE WHICH TASC3 WILL
ANALYZE AND REPORT ON.
 Additional Documentation....:
TASC2 MUST BE NORMAL BG, WITH TABLE AREA II ACCESS. 
TASC1 AND TASC3 HAVE NO SPECIAL LOAD REQIREMENTS. 
RU,TASC1,P1  WHERE P1 IS INPUT LU.
THIS WILL BOOT TASC2. 
RU,TASC3,P1  WHERE P1 IS INPUT LU WILL PRODUCE REPORT.
TASC1 WILL PROMPT USER FOR A DISK FILE TO STORE TASC2'S PERFOMANCE
TABLE.  THIS WILL ALSO BE NEEDED BY TASC3 TO PRODUCE THE REPORT.
TASC2 RUNS CONTINUOUSLY.  BR,TASC2 WILL CAUSE TASK2 TO OUTPUT ITS 
INTERNAL TABLE TO THE DISK FILE.  THIS CAN BE DONE ON A CONTINUING
BASIS, OR TASC2 CAN BE OFF'D AFTERWARD. 
EACH PROGRAM ENTERED TO TASC1 IS MONITORED BY TASC2.  TASC2 WILL
KEEP A TABLE OF THE STATE IT FINDS EACH PROGAM IN AT INTERVALS
WHICH ARE DEFINED BY THE USER IN TASC1.  TASC3 WILL OUTPUT A REPORT 
OF THE STATES ENCOUNTERED AND THE PERCENTAGE OF THE ENTIRE TIME 
THE PROGRAM WAS FOUND IN THIS STATE.
NOTE:: THIS INCLUDES STATE 0 (DORMANT), SO THIS PROGRAM SHOULD
BE USED ON A COMPARATIVE BASIS ONLY.  ACTUAL EFFICIENCY SHOULD BE 
DETERMINED BY USING THE HP PERFORMANCE MONITOR. 
SHOULD TASC2 BE UNABLE TO DETERMINE A PROGRAM'S STATE, A SIMPLE 
DIAGNOSTIC WILL BE OUTPUT TO LU 1.
J00301
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ORCAM                                                                    J003 
                    DIS-ASSEMBLER FOR FILES IN NEW FORMAT 
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 Contribution Name...........: ORCAM
    Title....................: Dis-assembler for files in new format
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'ORCAM   Submission file
                             :02. &ORCAM
                             :03. %ORCAM
                             :04. &ABSOL
                             :05. %ABSOL
                             :06. %FF4.F
                             :07. #ORCAM
                             :08. ORCCOM  COMMON BLOCK
                             :09. CORCAM  COMPILE AND LOAD
                             :10. INFORC  INFORMATION ON ORCAM
    Operating System.........: RTE-6, RTE-A 
    Language(s)..............: MACRO
    Keywords.................: 1. INVERSE 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: John Evans 
               Company.......: Smiths Industries
               Street........: Winchester Rd. 
                             :
               City..........: Basingstoke
               State.........: Hampshire
               Country.......: England
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..:
 Program Abstract............: RU,ORCAM to see the required 
run string parameters.
 Additional Documentation....:
  
  
J00401
           I N T E R E X   H P 1 0 0 0   U S E R S   G R O U P
         C O N T R I B U T E D   S O F T W A R E   L I B R A R Y
                            C S L / 1 0 0 0 
  
                        PROGRAM SUBMISSION FORM 
  
 Contribution Name...........:  SPELR 
    Title....................:  Spelling checker
    File Names...............: 00. Rename transfer file 
                             : 01. 'SPELR   Submission file 
                             : 02. "SPELR   documentation and hints 
                             : 03. #SPELR   link command file 
                             : 04. &SPELR   source code in FTN7X
                             : 05. %SPELR   relocateable
                             : 06. &SPELB    library of required srtns
                             : 07. %SPELB    relocatable
                             : 08. &IBTWN    required subroutine
                             : 09. %IBTWN    relocatable
                             : 10. DICFIL:DC the dictionary (600 blocks)
    Operating System.........:  RTE-6/VM, RTE-A 
    Language(s)..............:  FORTRAN 77, requires C.83 or later
    Keywords.................: 1. SPELL 
                             : 2. WORD PROCESSING 
    External Support Req'd...: C.83 or later, EMA 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:  F. Stephen Gauss
               Company.......:  U.S. Naval Observatory
               Street........:  34th St. and Massachusetts Ave. NW
               City..........:  Washington
               State.........:  DC
               Country.......:  U.S.A.
               Zip Code......:  20390 
               Phone Number..:  (202) 653-1510
 Program Abstract............:  This is a fast spelling checker.  It allows 
                                you to correct words interactively and
                                to add them to the dictionary.  A 
                                dictionary of over 3000 words is supplied 
                                and space is allocated for over 10000 words.
                                EMA and C.83 are required.  The program 
                                reads the dictionary into EMA and then
                                processes text at about 250 words per 
                                second on an A-900. 
 Additional Documentation....:  See the "SPELR file.
  
 DISCLAIMER:
 ===========
 To the best of my knowledge, this contributed program is free of any 
 proprietary information belonging to any person or organization and
 is not licensed by any person or organization.  I am making this 
 program information available to the HP 1000 International Users 
 Group.  I hereby agree that the HP 1000 International Users Group
 may reproduce, publish, and use this program, and authorize others 
 to do so without obligations or liability of any kind. 
  
  
  
  
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          (SIGNATURE)                             (DATE)
J00501
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CMDSTACK                                                                 J005 
                          COMMAND STACK SUBROUTINES 
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 Contribution Name...........: CMDSTACK 
    Title....................: COMMAND STACK Subroutines
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer Fileis file 
                             :01. CMDSTACK.SBMT Submission file 
                             :02. CMDSTACK.MAC    - Command Stack Mgr 
                             :03. LEFTJUSTIFY.MAC - Delete Lead Spaces
                             :04. PUTINCOMMAS.MAC - Smaller & Better
                             :05. APPEND.FTN      - Append Strings
    Operating System.........: RTE-A, RTE-6, perhaps more 
    Language(s)..............: MACRO, FTN77 
    Keywords.................: 1. STACK 
                             : 2. STRINGS 
                             : 3. PARSE 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Donald A. Wright 
               Company.......: Interactive Computer Technology
               Street........: 2069 Lake Elmo Avenue North
               City..........: Lake Elmo
               State.........: MN 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 55042
               Phone Number..: 612/770-3728 
 Program Abstract............:
  
 CMDSTACK is a subroutine which can be used to give a program a 
 command-stack capability almost exactly the same as that found in EDIT 
 and CI.  It has these properties:
   1. It allows the same /, /n, and //-/ commands.
   2. It can go to any specified, LU, using XLUEX for its I/O.
   3. The stack is a character variable passed in by the calling prog-
      ram, and may be any length. 
   4. Stack entries are variable-length to conserve stack space.
   5. There is no fixed limit on the number of saved stack entries. 
  
 LEFTJUSTIFY is a subroutine which must somehow have been inadvertent-
 ly omitted from the Relocatable Library.  It has the simple function of
 deleting leading blanks from a character variable, a very handy funct- 
 ion when analyzing keyboard-input strings.  It is called by CMDSTACK.
  
 PUTINCOMMAS is just over 1/3 as large as the HP Relocatable Library
 subroutine of the same name (which got bigger at the A.85 release).
 It has the same specifications, but works slightly better: it has no 
 limitations on parameter length and it does not delete a trailing
 comma.  Use it when space is tight.
  
 APPEND is a subroutine which appends the nonblank characters of a
 string to the nonblank characters in another, placing a specified
 number of blanks between.  It does this with no danger of a runtime
 error regardless of the value or length of either string.  It is very
 handy when generating readable text with strings having variable 
 nonblank lengths.
  
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
 Each subroutine is sufficiently documented within its source code. 
J00601
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ADDIX, LIST                                                              J006 
                        HIGH-SPEED HELP-FILE FACILITY 
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 Contribution Name...........: ADDIX, LIST
    Title....................: High-Speed Help-File Facility
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. ADDIX.SBMT Submission file
                             :02. ADDIX.FTN - File-indexing Program 
                             :03. LIST.FTN  - Help-Display Subroutines
    Operating System.........: RTE-A, RTE-6, New File System
    Language(s)..............: FTN77
    External Support Req'd...: CI 
    Keywords.................: 1. HELP
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Donald A. Wright 
               Company.......: Interactive COmputer Technology
               Street........: 2069 Lake Elmo Avenue North
               City..........: Lake Elmo
               State.........: MN 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 55042
               Phone Number..: 612/770-3728 
 Program Abstract............:
  
 ADDIX and LIST comprise a mechanism for providing a HELP facility in 
 an interactive program.  These characteristics are provided: 
   1. HELP text file can be extremely large, or very small. 
   2. HELP text file can also be the manual for the program or system,
      with no changes whatever. 
   3. Access to help is VERY fast, using binary search on ordered index.
   4. HELP is listed in screenfuls with pauses (same operation as the 
      LI program).
   5. Not much program space is required. 
  
 ADDIX takes an input file prepared with marked HELP keywords and copies
 it to a new file with an ASCII index appended.  ADDIX is well document-
 ed and explains the preparation of the HELP text file. 
  
 LIST is called by the program using the HELP facility.  It opens the 
 HELP file (first entry only), performs the binary search on the index, 
 then goes directly to the keyword and lists the text following.  LIST
 actually consists of two subroutines, and is well documented.
  
 This is the same HELP facility as is used in the commercial package
 called CONNECT.
  
  
J00701
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TIME                                                                     J007 
                     ANOTHER OP-SYS TIME-SETTING PROGRAM
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 Contribution Name...........: TIME 
    Title....................: Another Op-Sys Time-Setting Program
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. TIME.SBMT  Submission file
                             :02. TIME.FTN - Time-setting program 
    Operating System.........: RTE-A, RTE-6, New File System
    Language(s)..............: FTN77
    Keywords.................: 1. TIME
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Donald A. Wright 
               Company.......: Interactive Computer Technology
               Street........: 2069 Lake Elmo Avenue North
               City..........: Lake Elmo
               State.........: MN 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 55042
               Phone Number..: 612/770-3728 
 Program Abstract............:
  
 TIME is a handy program intended to be used to set the system time at
 bootup.  It has these characteristics: 
   1. Entries are in ordinary time (no Julian dates, etc.)
   2. Last-entered times are saved in a file for next time. 
   3. Time prompts for year, month, day, hour, and minute separately. 
   4. When TIME prompts for values, it shows the last-entered value 
      as the default to be accepted of RETURN is entered with no data,
      often permitting most values to be defaulted. 
   5. TIME won't let a non-superuser (or non-MANAGER) run it. 
 Just put RU TIME in the WELCOM(x.CMD) file to have a high level of 
 integrity in system time.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
 TIME is well documented in its source. 
  
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BLI                                                                      J008 
                          BINARY FILE-LIST PROGRAM
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 Contribution Name...........: BLI
    Title....................: Binary File-List Program 
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. BLI.SBMT   Submission file
                             :02. BLI.FTN - Binary File Lister
    Operating System.........: RTE-A, RTE-6, New File System
    Language(s)..............: FTN77
    Keywords.................: 1. LIST
                             : 2. BINARY
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Donald A. Wright 
               Company.......: Interactive Computer Technology
               Street........: 2069 Lake Elmo Avenue North
               City..........: Lake Elmo
               State.........: MN 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 55042
               Phone Number..: 612/770-3728 
 Program Abstract............:
  
 Problem: The LI program provided with the New File System will not list
 binary files (or any files) to an LU other than the local terminal, nor
 will it list records longer than 256 characters. 
  
 BLI lists files in exactly the same binary format as is used by LI, but
 has these advantages:
   1. It allows specification of the output device. 
   2. It permits reading and listing records of up to 8192 characters,
      expandable to over 30,000 characters per record if necessary. 
  
 BLI will read from a device (e.g. tape drive) as well as a file.  It 
 does permit specifying a start record and an end record for the source,
 whether a file or a device.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
 BLI is fairly well documented in its source.  If invoked with no 
 parameters it will display a USAGE: help line. 
  
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STIPP                                                                    J009 
                     SOFTWARE TOOLS IN PASCAL PRIMITIVES
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 Contribution Name...........: stipp
    Title....................: Software Tools In Pascal Primitives. 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename transfer file.
                             : 01. stipp.sbmt - Submission file.
                             : 02. &stipp - Pascal Primitives for HP-1000.
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM rev: 2310.
    Language(s)..............: Pascal rev: 2326.
    Keywords.................: 1. Utility 
                             : 2. Tools 
                             : 3. PASCAL
    External Support Req'd...: Copywritten material from Addison-Wesley.
  
                               The Book: Software Tools in Pascal 
                                         Kernighan & Plauger
                                         Addison-Wesley, 1981 
                                         ISBN: 0-201-10342-7
                               The Tape: Addison_Wesley part # 10343
                                         Cost is about $60. 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Rich Drescher
               Company.......: 3M - Imaging Systems Division
               Street........: 1999 Mt. Read Blvd.
                             :
               City..........: Rochester, 
               State.........: N. Y., 
               Country.......:
               Zip Code......: 14615
               Phone Number..: (716)-458-2920 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............: Library of primitives with a driver. 
  
   Export version of Software Tools in Pascal Primitives. 
  
   All unmodified copywritten material has been removed. However, the 
      headers to the code has been retained in order to help place
      the procedures & functions in their proper order once they are
      bought from Adison-Wesley.
  
   This file contains the primitives needed to implement the copywritten
   Software Tools in Pascal on HP-1000. 
  
 Additional Documentation....: The book and tape from Addison-Wesley. 
                               The origional Software Tools in ratfor.
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PRIME                                                                    J010 
                 PRINT PRIME NUMBERS BETWEEN LIMITS ENTERED 
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 Contribution Name...........: Prime
    Title....................: Print prime numbers between limits entered.
    File Names...............: 00. Rename transfer file.
                             : 01. prime.sbmt  Submission file. 
                             : 02. &prime  Fortran source.
                             : 03. %prime  Relocatable. 
    Operating System.........: RTE-ALL
    Language(s)..............: Fortran-77 + Mil-Std-1753. 
    Keywords.................: 1. DATA BASE 
                             : 2. MATHEMATICS 
    External Support Req'd...: None 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Rich Drescher
               Company.......: 3M 
               Street........: 1999 Mt. Read Blvd.
                             :
               City..........: Rochester
               State.........: N. Y.
               Country.......:
               Zip Code......: 14615
               Phone Number..: (716)-458-2920 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
      1. Utility
          For usage when creating an Image Master data set in order to
          set the 'capacity' to a prime number. 
      2. Usage
          Ru, prime 
          Program prompts for min, max values & output LU nr. 
          Enter min & max limits for approximent 'capacity' of Data Set.
          Accepts integer values 1..integer*4.
          Program prints all prime numbers between range given to 
              the LU entered. 
      3.  Bugs/Deficiencies 
              Numbers must be positive. 
              Not exactly blinding fast for large numbers.
              LU must be entered and must be in user SST. 
 Additional Documentation....:
  
J01101
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AR                                                                       J011 
                          SOFTWARE TOOLS 'ARCHIVER' 
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 Contribution Name...........: ar 
    Title....................: Software Tools 'archiver'
    File Names...............: 00. Rename transfer file.
                             : 01. ar.sbmt - Submissions file.
                             : 02. ar.ar - The ar archive.
                             : 03. ar.r  - ratfor source. 
                             : 04. ar.ftn  fortran
                             : 05. ar.rel  relocatable
                             : 06. ar.doc  allready roff'ed documentation 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6, RTE-A  rev: 2340
    Language(s)..............: ratfor - STUG 1980 version.
    Keywords.................: 1. ARCHIVE 
                             : 2. Maintenance 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.: CI & FMGR file compatable. 
 Contributor's Name..........: Rich Drescher
               Company.......: 3M - Imaging Systems Division
               Street........: 1999 Mt. Read Blvd.
                             :
               City..........: Rochester, 
               State.........: N. Y., 
               Country.......:
               Zip Code......: 14615
               Phone Number..: (716)-458-2920 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............: Combines several files into one for house- 
                                 keeping efficiency.
                               Commonly used in a Software Tools shop.
  
   link with libraries: fnewf.HP and rcl.r + fmp.r from the rc contribution.
  
  
 Additional Documentation....: UNIX manuals on 'ar'.
  
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RC                                                                       J012 
                  1984 RC, RAT77, RATP1, RATP2 & 1980 RAT4
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 Contribution Name...........: rc 
    Title....................: 1984 rc, rat77, ratp1, ratp2 & 1980 rat4 
                               Joe Sventek's Beta ratfor from STUG Toy Tape 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename transfer file.
                             : 01. rc.sbmt    - Submissions file. 
                             : 02. rc.r   - 1984 STUG ratfor (Hollerith). 
                             : 03. rc.f   - 
                             : 04. rc.o   - 
                             : 05. r77.r  - 1984 STUG ratfor (Character*77).
                             : 06. r77.f  - 
                             : 07. r77.o  - 
                             : 08. rp1.r  - 1984 STUG ratfor (Data array).
                             : 09. rp1.f  -      First pass of two. 
                             : 10. rp1.o  - 
                             : 11. rp2.r  - 1984 STUG ratfor (Data array).
                             : 12. rp2.f  -      Second pass of two.
                             : 13. rp2.o  - 
                             : 14. rat4.r - 1980 STUG ratfor (Hollerith). 
                             : 15. rat4.f - 
                             : 16. rat4.o - 
                             : 17. rcl.ar - rc library & primitives.
                             : 18. rcl.f  - 
                             : 19. rcl.o  - 
                             : 20. ds.ar  - /dsmem/ EMA library archive.
                             : 21. ds.f   - 
                             : 22. ds.o   - 
                             : 23. fmp.ar - IO using CI FMP calls.
                             : 24. fmp.f  -    Currently used for my
                             : 25. fmp.o  -    AR tool only.
                             : 26. ratdef - PUT ratdef in /Libraries. 
                             : 27. common - ratfor common blocks. 
                             : 28. rat4.doc - 1980 ratfor 
                             : 29. rc.doc   - 1984 rc, rat77, rat_pass_1_&_2
                             : 30. primer   - ratfor tutorial.
                             : 31. libsym.r - from the Toy's Tape. Not used.
                             : 32. remarksym.r "    "   "     "     "   " 
                             : 33. rtsg.d  - LBL RTSG standard RATDEF file
                                           - for VAX, etc. Toy Tape file 2. 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6, RTE-A rev: 2340 
    Language(s)..............: ratfor is written in ratfor. 
    Keywords.................: 1. Pre-processor 
                             : 2. Tools 
                             : 3. Compiler
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.: These are new versions from the STUG Toy Tape
                                   released in 1984. These versions have
                                   enhanced capabilities and performance. 
                               The re-submission of 1980 rat4 is both FMGR
                                   and CI, RTE-6 and RTE-A compatable.
 Contributor's Name..........: Rich Drescher
               Company.......: 3M - Imaging Systems Division
               Street........: 1999 Mt. Read Blvd.
                             :
               City..........: Rochester, 
               State.........: N. Y., 
               Country.......:
               Zip Code......: 14615
               Phone Number..: (716)-458-2920 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
   Ratfor is a pre-processor that provides Fortran with control syntax
      and enhancements (such as macro expansion) similar to the 
      language C. Of greater significance is it's proven ability
      as a language for the development of portable text-oriented 
      software. 
  
                               (cont) 
\bp 
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RC                                                                       J012 
\ce  1984 RC, RAT77, RATP1, RATP2 & 1980 RAT4 (cont)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
   The 1984 (Beta) versions of one of the following: rc, rat77, 
      rat-pass1 and pass2 are required to compile the ratfor
      public domain versions of:
  
         1. LISP     -  language. 
         2. LEX      -  lexical analyzer generator. 
         3. YACC     -  Yet Another Compiler-Compiler. Parser generator.
  
      as well as the copywritten Columbia Univ. KERMIT protocol in ratfor.
      Note: The copyright is to protect the protocol from those who 
              would distribute KERMIT for profit. 
  
      While the above programs abe being submitted, none are ready for
          use on HP-1000. They are VAX and HP-3000 versions.
  
   See the rc.doc file for an explanation of the different Beta 
      versions of ratfor, primarally with regard to internally
      passing data and the resultant potential capabilities.
  
   Also included is a FMGR and CI file compatable version of 1980 ratfor
      that is required for public domain programs on the STUG Basic tape
      (as I haven't been able to get RATFIX working.) 
  
   Ratfor was origionally introduced by Kernighan and Plauger in the
      book Software Tools, which has also been published in Pascal. 
      In both cases the 'tools' concept advocates a programming 
      structure, analysis and technique that transends the language.
  
   Ratfor was developed and is implemented such that it is a portable 
      language. It has been used to address the problem of people 
      portability across heterogeneous computer enviroments. This work
      is in the public domain and available from the STUG for 
      VAX/VMS, RSX-11M, Tops-20, UNIX 4.1 BSD, IBM/CMS, IBM/MVS,
      Univax 1100, Sel MPX, and HP-1000 IVB + 6/VM. Versions for
      HP-3000, CP/M and MS/DOS have been commercially introduced. 
      People portability is addressed in that a UNIX like SHELL (OS)
      is usually implemented for the above systems togeather
      with as many as 50 common utilities.
  
  
   See also:  The LBL RTSG library rlib.ar in the LISP archive from the 
              STUG Toy's Tape. This library contains many procedures
              that I have not yet added to my library. It also has
              many VAX VMS assembly language primitives.
  
              The YACC and LEX support libraries for portable bit string
              routines, dynamic memory routines, and more.
  
              CSL-2433 I055-- SWTOOL for the full STUG Basic Tape as
              files F1..F16 and Larry Dwyer's primitives, which are to be 
              prefered over mine by those using only FMGR files or
              who do not have EMA.
  
   Note:
         1. I use the Hollerith versions of ratfor & rc.
            Programs compiled with rat77 or ratpass1 will need
               appropriate versions of REMARK.
         2. Link all versions EB with libraries rcl.lib, ds.lib, fnewf.lib
         3. Put RATDEF in /Libraries. 
         4. Type 'character' is Software Tools character. R1 format.
            Type 'CHARACTER' or 'Character' is Fortran-77 character*. 
               All filenames must be of this type.
         5. Maximun number of files open at the same time is 7 disk 
            plus 3 LU's. Dynamic memory /dsmem/ is set to 30,000 in EMA.
         6. Does not support random access file io. CSL-2433-I055-- does. 
         7. Is about as slow as the HP Pascal compiler. 
  
                               (cont) 
\bp 
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RC                                                                       J012 
\ce  1984 RC, RAT77, RATP1, RATP2 & 1980 RAT4 (cont)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
         8. 1984 versions produce better Fortran than the 1980 version. 
         9. Contrary to statements within the documentation files, this 
            version of rat77 does use /libraries/RATDEF for macros. 
        10. Do not use file extensions for RATDEF. That activates some
            undocumented logic regarding SUFFEX & PATH names. 
        11. The tools AR and ROFF(format) are pretty basic when working 
            with material written in a Software Tools shop. 
  
 Additional Documentation....: Software Tools by Kernighan & Plauger
                                 from Addison-Wesley. 
  
                               Documentation and tutorial files.
  
                               UNIX manuals (rc, file re-direction, etc). 
  
                               Software Tools Users Group 
                               140 Center St. 
                               El Segundo, Calif. 90245 
                               (213)-322-2574 
  
  
 Other fortran pre-processors:     FLECS on CSL-2433-I044-- 
                                   ef1   on UNIX systems
  
 Pre-processors for any language: 'macro' in the Software Tools (like 
                                          the ratfor & C macro expander.) 
                                   m4     on UNIX systems.
  
 Other techniques for portability: KARRTN fortran primitives. public domain.
                                   PFORT  verifier. 
                                   These techniques were used for the 
                                    development of the STAT-80 package
                                    and may be better than ratfor for the 
                                    development of portable mathametical
                                    oriented software.
  
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LISP                                                                     J013 
                    LISP INTERPRETER FROM STUG TOY'S TAPE 
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 Contribution Name...........: lisp 
    Title....................: lisp interpreter from STUG Toy's Tape. 
                             : This material is in the Public Domain. 
                             : It will NOT run on the HP1000 as is. 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename transfer file.
                             : 01. lisp.sbmt - Submission file. 
                             : 02. lisp.ar - Lisp archive. Toy' Tape file 11. 
                             : 03. readme.lisp  - File 1 on the Toy's Tape. 
    Operating System.........: VAX under VMS and Software Tools environment.
    Language(s)..............: 1984 (Beta version of) ratfor. 
    Keywords.................: 1. Interpreter 
                             : 2. Language
    External Support Req'd...: Beta ratfor, ratfor library, AR, roff(format)
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Rich Drescher
               Company.......: 3M - Imaging Systems Division
               Street........: 1999 Mt. Read Blvd.
                             :
               City..........: Rochester, 
               State.........: N. Y., 
               Country.......:
               Zip Code......: 14615
               Phone Number..: (716)-458-2920 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............: The language LISP. 
  
   Origionally developed on an HP-1000 by C. Doulan & D. Martin.
   Since moved, modified for VAX/VMS and possably enhanced by unknown 
      authors. This material is in the public domain. 
  
   Following is from the Toy' Tape readme file: 
  
        FILE 11 -- LISP ARCHIVE 
  
        And they said it couldn't be done!   A  reasonably  well-endowed
        LISP   interpreter   written   (almost)   entirely   in  RatFor.
        Originally  developed  for  an  HP-1000  minicomputer  (of   all
        things),  this LISP has been residing of late in the memory-rich
        VAX/VMS environment.  The basic overlaying strategy from the  HP
        has  been  retained,  however,  so  porting  it  back  down to a
        smaller machine  shouldn't  be  too  terrible.   If  you're  not
        running  on  a  VAX,  you'll  need  to write equivalents for the
        recursion-handling  routines   in   "rcrsv.mar".    Since   LISP
        requires  quite  a  few  primitives and library routines you may
        not have on your local  system,  we  have  included  our  entire
        runtime  library  as  archive  "rlib.ar"  in  the  LISP archive.
        Note:  Please don't  become  too  attached  to  this  particular
        dialect  of  LISP.   When COMMON LISP becomes available, we plan
        to rework this one to be as compatible as possible. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
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ROFF1                                                                    J014 
                    TEXT FORMATTER STUG 1980 ROFF(FORMAT) 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: roff1
    Title....................: Text Formatter STUG 1980 roff(format). 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename transfer file.
                             : 01. roff1.sbmt   - Submissions file. 
                             : 02. roff1.ar - Full archive. 
                             : 03. &roff1   - Fortran with include files. 
                             : 04. %roff1   - Relocatable 
                             : 05. "roff1   - Documentation allready roff'ed
    Operating System.........: RTE-6, RTE-A 
    Language(s)..............: ratfor (1980 release)
    Keywords.................: 1. Word Processing 
                             : 2. Text
                             : 3. Formatting
    External Support Req'd...: ratfor library 'rcl'.
    If Re-submission, Reason.: FMGR & CI files compatable.
                             : Needed for printing STUG documentation.
 Contributor's Name..........: Rich Drescher
               Company.......: 3M - Imaging Systems Division
               Street........: 1999 Mt. Read Blvd.
                             :
               City..........: Rochester, 
               State.........: N. Y., 
               Country.......:
               Zip Code......: 14615
               Phone Number..: (716)-458-2920 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............: Text formatter used for STUG documentation.
  
 Bugs/Deficiencies: Has problems with underlining and bold print. 
                    Does not understand the 1984 roff2 tab command. 
  
 Advantages:        Works better than my version of roff2.
  
 Additional Documentation....: nroff on UNIX systems. 
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SMERGE                                                                   J015 
                   SORT - MERGE FROM 1980 STUG BASIC TAPE 
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 Contribution Name...........: smerge 
    Title....................: sort - merge from 1980 STUG Basic tape.
    File Names...............: 00. Rename transfer file.
                             : 01. smerge.sbmt   - Submission file. 
                             : 02. smerge.ar - Full STUG archive. 
                             : 03. smerge.f  - Fortran with include files.
                             : 04. smerge.o  - Relocatables 
                             : 05. smerge.doc - Roff'ed documentation.
    Operating System.........: RTE-6, RTE-A 
    Language(s)..............: ratfor (1980 version)
    Keywords.................: 1. sort
                             : 2. merge 
    External Support Req'd...: ratfor library 'rcl' 
    If Re-submission, Reason.: FMGR and CI file system compatable.
                               Previous versions have not been ready to run.
 Contributor's Name..........: Rich Drescher
               Company.......: 3M - Imaging Systems Division
               Street........: 1999 Mt. Read Blvd.
                             :
               City..........: Rochester, 
               State.........: N. Y., 
               Country.......:
               Zip Code......: 14615
               Phone Number..: (716)-458-2920 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
       This is the only sort program that I've been able to find
         that runs on HP-1000 & sorts more that 32767 records.
         It has been used with a dictionary of >42600 records.
  
ORIGIONAL NAME
       sort - sort and/or merge text files
  
SYNOPSIS
       sort [-bdfimr] [+sn] [file] ...
  
DESCRIPTION 
       Sort  sorts  lines  of  all  the  named files together and 
       writes the result on the standard  output.   If  no  files 
       are  given  or the filename '-' appears, standard input is 
       read.  The sort key is an entire line.   Default  ordering 
       is  alphabetic  by  characters  as they are represented in 
       ASCII format.  The ordering is affected by  the  following 
       flags, one or more of which may appear.
  
        -b Leading blanks  are not included in keys.
        -d 'Dictionary'  order:  only  letters, digits and blanks 
           are significant in comparisons.
        -f Fold all letters to a single case. 
        -i Ignore all nonprinting nonblank characters.
        -m Merge only, the input files are already sorted.
        -r Reverse the sense of the sort
       +sn Sort according to the subfield starting on column n
  
   link it EB with library 'rcl' in the 'rc' submission and fnewf.HP
  
 Additional Documentation....: The book Software tools. 
                               smerge.doc 
                               'sort' - on UNIX systems 
  
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PATRN                                                                    J016 
               SUB-LINEAR & LINEAR PATTERN MATCHING FUNCTIONS 
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 Contribution Name...........: patrn
    Title....................: Sub-linear & linear Pattern matching functions.
    File Names...............: 00. Rename transfer file.
                             : 01. patrn.sbmt - Submission file.
                             : 02. patrn.ar 
                                    - Software Tools Archive of the 
                                    - Boyer_Moore sub-linear search.
                                    - Knuth, Morris, Pratt search.
                                    - Driver to test the functions. 
                                    - Documentation.
    Operating System.........: RTE-6, RTE-A 
    Language(s)..............: ratfor - 1984 beta version from STUG.
    Keywords.................: 1. Compare 
                             : 2. Word Processing 
                             : 3. Editor
                             : 4. Text
    External Support Req'd...: Software Tools Enviroment. 
                               1980 ratfor from CSL 2433 (FMGR only). 
                               1980 or 1984 ratfor from STUG. 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Rich Drescher
               Company.......: 3M - Imaging Systems Division
               Street........: 1999 Mt. Read Blvd.
                             :
               City..........: Rochester, 
               State.........: N. Y., 
               Country.......:
               Zip Code......: 14615
               Phone Number..: (716)-458-2920 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............: Fastest known pattern matching algorithms
                               for non-binary alphabets.
                               Excellent for writting a portable 'grep' 
                               and for use with 'find' commands within
                               portable file listing programs.
 Additional Documentation....: In the archive and literature referances.
  
J01701
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DBEXP                                                                    J017 
                          EXPLAIN DATA-BASE FORMAT
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 Contribution Name...........: DBEXP
    Title....................: Explain data-base format 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename transfer file 
                             : 01. 'DBEXP Submission file 
                             : 02. &DBEXP Source file 
                             : 03. &DBERR Source file 
                             : 04. #DBEXP Loader file 
    Operating System.........: RT6VM
    Language(s)..............: FTN77
    Keywords.................: 1. Help
                             : 2. Image 
                             : 3. Data Base 
    External Support Req'd...: IMAGE/1000 92069 LIBRARY 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: HAL HARP 
               Company.......: NAVWPNSUPPCEN
                             : BLDG. 41NE 
                             : CODE 70613 
               City..........: CRANE
               State.........: IN 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 47522
               Phone Number..: 812-854-1034 
 Program Abstract............: 7/26/84
  
 THIS PROGRAM GIVES A COMPLETE EXPLANATION OF AN IMAGE/1000 DATA BASE.
  
 EXAMPLE
  
    TO RUN
  
      RU,DBEXP OR DBEXP 
  
    Enter data-base name:+sc  STAN:99 
    Enter level  MOM
  
 THE LOADER FILE CONTAINS AN ENTRY LI,$DBMSY, THIS NAME MAY HAVE TO BE
CHANGED OR OMITTED DEPENDING ON YOUR CONFIGURATION. $DBMSY IS A LINDXED 
VERSION OF THE IMAGE LIBRARY: %DBMS,%LOCAL,%NO\DS 
  
  THE PROGRAM &DBEXP AND COMPANION DATA BASE ERROR PROGRAM &DBERR 
WAS WRITTEN BY RICK CALENTINE ,NAVWPNSUPPCEN CRANE,IN.
 Additional Documentation....: IMAGE/1000 92069 MANUALS 
  
J01801
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CSDEF                                                                    J018 
                         DEFINE CS/80 DISC TRACK MAP
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 Contribution Name...........: CSDEF
    Title....................: DEFINE CS/80 DISC TRACK MAP
    File Names...............: 00. RENAME FILE
                             : 01. 'CSDEF   -SUBMISSION FILE
                             : 02. &CSDEF   -SOURCE   (FTN7X) 
                             : 03. %CSDEF   -RELOC. 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6
    Language(s)..............: FORTRAN 77 
    Keywords.................: 1. SYSTEM TABLES 
                             : 2. DISC
    External Support Req'd...: REV. 2340
    If Re-submission, Reason.: ENHANCEMENT
 Contributor's Name..........: DONALD L. CLAPP
               Company.......: ELI LILLY AND CO.
               Street........: 307 E. MCCARTY ST. 
                             :
               City..........: INDIANAPOLIS 
               State.........: INDIANA
               Country.......: US 
               Zip Code......: 46285
               Phone Number..: 317-261-4458 
 Program Abstract............:
 THIS PROGRAM IS TO ASSIST THOSE PERSONS ADDING A CS/80 DISC TO THEIR 
 SYSTEM ON A SECOND CONTROLLER.   THE TRACK MAP TABLE MUST BE BUILT 
 BY THE USER.   THE STARTING BLOCK ON THE DISC MUST BE SPECIFIED
 AS 2 OR 3 WORD INTEGER VALUES. NEITHER THE ASSEMBLER NOR MACRO WILL
 DEFINE VALUES THIS WAY.  THIS PROGRAM DOES THE ARITHMATIC AND
 DISPLAYS THE RESULTS IN OCTAL. 
 THIS EDITION OF THE PROGRAM WILL ALSO PRODUCE A MACRO SOURCE FILE
 OF THE LAYOUT THAT YOU DEFINE. 
 Additional Documentation....:
  
J01901
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B1D                                                                      J019 
                     B1D WHETSTONE BENCHMARK FOR HP 1000
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 Contribution Name...........: B1D
    Title....................: B1D Whetstone Benchmark for HP 1000
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'B1D77 Submission File 
                             : 02. &B1D77 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM and RTE IVB 
    Language(s)..............: FORTRAN77, Easily modified for FTN4X 
    Keywords.................: 1. Benchmark 
                             : 2. FORTRAN 
    External Support Req'd...: None 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Glen A. Mortensen
               Company.......: Intermountain Technologies Inc.
               Street........: P. O. Box 1604 
                             : 1400 Benton Street 
               City..........: Idaho Falls
               State.........: Idaho
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 83403-1604 
               Phone Number..: 208-523-7255 
               Telex.........: None 
 Program Abstract............: This is a FORTRAN77 version of the B1D Whetston
                               Benchmark.  The Whetstone Benchmark is a 
                               synthetic program that was developed by
                               Harry J. Crunow in London in the middle
                               70's using data accumulated by Brian A.
                               Whichmann.  Article on this benchmark was
                               published in the INTERFACE/1000 magazine 
                               in the December '83/January '84 issue. 
                               Output from the ITI computer is given here 
  
 BENCHMARK B1D EXEC TIME IS   2.2438 MINUTES
 LOOP      =     1
 COMPILER  =    FTN7X 
 OP SYSTEM = RTE-6/VM 
 COMPUTER  = 2100-MXE 
 SPEED =       7.43 THOUSANDS OF WHETSTONE INSTRUCTIONS/SEC 
 ALL DONE 
  
 Additional Documentation....: None 
J02001
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JBINF                                                                    J020 
                   DISPLAY GASP INITIALIZATION INFORMATION
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: JBINF
    Title....................: DISPLAY GASP INITIALIZATION INFORMATION
    File Names...............: 00. RENAME FILE
                             : 01. 'JBINF   -SUBMISSION FILE
                             : 02. &JBINF   -SOURCE   (FTN7X) 
                             : 03. %JBINF   -RELOC.    (OLDRE)
    Operating System.........: RTE-II --- RTE-6 
    Language(s)..............: FORTRAN 77 
    Keywords.................: 1. HELP
                             : 2. SPOOLING
    External Support Req'd...: NONE 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: DONALD L. CLAPP
               Company.......: ELI LILLY AND CO.
               Street........: 307 E. MCCARTY ST. 
                             :
               City..........: INDIANAPOLIS 
               State.........: INDIANA
               Country.......: US 
               Zip Code......: 46285
               Phone Number..: 317-261-4458 
 Program Abstract............:
 THIS PROGRAM IS TO ASSIST THOSE PERSONS WITH POOR MEMORYS THAT 
 CANNOT REMEMBER THE PARAMETERS THEY USED WHEN THEY INITIALIZED 
 THE SPOOLING SYSTEM WITH GASP.   THE PROGRAM DISPLAYS THE PARAMETERS 
 USED IN THE SAME FORM AS WHEN ORIGINALLY ENTERED.
 Additional Documentation....:
  
J02101
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CMPAR                                                                    J021 
                  COMPARE PARAMETERS IN FORTRAN SUBROUTINES 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........:CMPAR 
    Title....................:Compare Parameters in Fortran Subroutines 
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'CMPAR Submission File
                             :02. &CMPAR Ftn7x Source 
                             :03. &CMSUB Ftn7x Source 
                             :04. &CHSUB Ftn7x Source 
                             :05. #CMPAR Link Command File
    Operating System.........:RTE-6/VM
    Language(s)..............:Fortran 77
    Keywords.................: 1. COMPARE 
                             : 2. Fortran 
                             : 3. Debug 
                             : 4. Cross-Reference 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:Robert E. DeNuto, Jr. 
               Company.......:GHA Lock Joint, Inc.
               Street........:150 N. Main St. 
                             :PO Box 1000 
               City..........:Wharton 
               State.........:NJ
               Country.......:
               Zip Code......:07885 
               Phone Number..:(201) 366-2400
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
      This submission is a utility to check the parameter passage 
 between calling and called routines.  It gets a data type listing
 from the Ftn7x compiler for both files, and performs a cross check.
      Discrepancies in parameter passing between "main" and "subroutine"
 have been the cause of many debugging hours spent.  This program 
 checks both parameter name and parameter type, and produces a list 
 stating each parameter and it's data type.  This is performed for
 each call in a "main" to the "subroutine". 
      The program depends on the list file produced by Ftn7x to have
 the format of rev 2340.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
      Ftn7x must be "RP'ed" before running. 
  
J02201
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TRKCX                                                                    J022 
                    CHECK DISC MAP FOR MAC AND ICD DISCS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: TRKCX
    Title....................: CHECK DISC MAP FOR MAC AND ICD DISCS 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'TRKCX Submission File 
                             : 02. &TRKCX   -SOURCE   (FTN7X) 
                             : 03. %TRKCX   -RELOC.    (OLDRE)
                             : 04. &MOVEW   SOURCE     MACRO
                             : 05. %MOVEW   RELOC 
                             : 06. &BRPLC   MACRO 
                             : 07. %BRPLC   RELOC 
                             : 08. &.BRP    MACRO 
                             : 09. %.BRP    RELOC 
    Operating System.........: RTE-II --- RTE-6 
    Language(s)..............: FORTRAN 77 
    Keywords.................: 1. SYSTEM TABLES 
                             : 2. DISC
    External Support Req'd...: NONE 
    If Re-submission, Reason.: ENHANCEMENTS 
 Contributor's Name..........: DONALD L. CLAPP
               Company.......: ELI LILLY AND CO.
               Street........: 307 E. MCCARTY ST. 
                             :
               City..........: INDIANAPOLIS 
               State.........: INDIANA
               Country.......: US 
               Zip Code......: 46285
               Phone Number..: 317-261-4458 
 Program Abstract............:
C TRKCX IS A PROGRAM THAT ACCEPTS THE TRACK MAP ENTRIES FROM A
C    SYSTEM GENERATION LISTING AND THEN A SUMMARY OF THE DISK LAYOUT
C    TO THE TERMINAL OR A PRINTER.   IN ADDITION, THE TRACK MAP IS
C    CHECKED FOR CONFLICTS SUCH AS TOO MANY CYLINDERS USED FOR THE
C    DRIVE TYPE, TOO MANY HEADS OR OVERLAPPING SPARES OR DISK AREAS.
C 
C THE PROGRAM ALLOWS ENTERING UP TO 64 ENTRIES (MAXIMUM FOR A SYSGEN) 
C    AND THEN ALLOWS CHECKING/EDITING OF THE MAP.  IN ADDITION, THE 
C    ACTUAL SYSTEM LU'S MAY BE ADDED SO THE LISTING IS RELATIVE TO
C    DISK LU'S AND NOT JUST SUBCHANNELS.
C    THIS EDITION OF THE PROGRAM WILL READ A GENERATOR ANSWER FILE
C    FOR THE INITIAL DEFINITIONS OF THE DISC. 
 Additional Documentation....:
  
J02301
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APPLE                                                                    J023 
               DOWN-LOAD FILE AND RECOGNIZE XON/XOFF HANDSHAKE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........:  APPLE 
    Title....................:  DOWN-LOAD FILE AND RECOGNIZE XON/XOFF HANDSHAKE 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer
                             : 01. 'APPLE     - SUBMISSION FILE 
                             : 02. *APPLE     - COMPILE AND LOAD TRANSFER F 
                             : 03. &APPLE     - SOURCE FILE 
                             : 04. "APPLE     - ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTAION 
    Operating System.........:  RTE-6/VM
    Language(s)..............:  FTN77 
    Keywords.................: 1. APPLE 
                             : 2. MODEM 
                             : 3. DATA COMM 
                             : 4. PC
    External Support Req'd...:  DVW00 AND BACI CARD (12966A)
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:  GEORGE SANTEE 
               Company.......:  INTERMOUNTAIN TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
               Street........:  1400 BENTON STREET
                             :  P.O. BOX 1604 
               City..........:  IDAHO FALLS 
               State.........:  IDAHO 
               Country.......:  USA 
               Zip Code......:  83403-1604
               Phone Number..:  (208) 523-7255
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:  THE APPLE PROGRAM ALLOWS DOWN-LOADING A FILE
 FROM THE HP1000 TO A PC WHOSE TERMINAL EMULATION PROGRAM USES THE XON/XOFF 
 HANDSHAKE.  A MODEM CONNECTED TO THE HP1000 WITH A BACI CARD USING DRIVER
 DVW00 IS REQUIRED. 
 Additional Documentation....:  "APPLE
  
J02401
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ASUBS                                                                    J024 
                        ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE SUBROUTINES 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: ASUBS
    Title....................: Assembly Language Subroutines
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File.
                             : 01. 'ASUBS - Submission file.
                             : 02. &ASUBS - Source file.
                             : 03. $ASUBS - Lindxed library.
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM 
    Language(s)..............: MACRO
    Keywords.................: 1. Library 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: John L. Anderson Jr. 
               Company.......: U.S. Naval Station 
               Street........: WQEC Code 331
               City..........: Seal Beach 
               State.........: CA.
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 90740
               Phone Number..: (213) 594-7351 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
 This package of subroutines have appeared before in these pages but since
 they are needed by other contributions I have submitted they are included
 here. Some of the routines are new and some have been revised. Look at the 
 source listing to see what's here. 
  Note: you will probably have to extract the module you want,
rather than trying to assemble the whole library at once. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:
J02501
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BACKS                                                                    J025 
                          INDEXES FOR BINDER BACKS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: Backs
    Title....................: Indexes for binder backs 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'BACKS Submission File 
                             : 02. &BACKS 
                             : 03. %BACKS 
                             : 04. #BACKS 
                             : 05. "BACKS 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM 
    Language(s)..............: Fortran77
    Keywords.................: 1. Text
                             : 2. Label 
                             : 3. Graphics
    External Support Req'd...: Graphics/1000-II (DGL), Plotter HP-9872X 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: JUHA KOLJONEN & KARI KESKIIVARI
               Company.......: NESTE OY , RESEARCH CENTRE 
               Street........:
                             :
               City..........: SF-06850 KULLOO
               State.........:
               Country.......: FINLAND
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..: 358-15-693400
 Program Abstract............:
 Additional Documentation....: See program listing or file "BACKS 
  
J02601
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BAKUP                                                                    J026 
                           DAILY FC SYSTEM BACKUP 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: BAKUP
    Title....................: Daily FC system backup 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer Fileile
                             : 01. 'BAKUP  Submission file
                             : 02. &BAKUP  Program source 
                             : 03. "BAKUP  Documentation file 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6VM
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. BACKUP
                             : 2. ARCHIVE 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: John A. Price
               Company.......: Hershey Foods Corporation
                               Technical Center 
               Street........: 1025 Reese Ave 
                             : PO Box 805 
               City..........: Hershey
               State.........: PA 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 17033-0805 
               Phone Number..: (717) 534-5239 
 Program Abstract............: This is a time-scheduled program which 
         automatically backs up selected LUs each working day.
 Additional Documentation....: See file "BAKUP
J02701
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BATCH                                                                    J027 
                         BATCH INPUT FROM DISC OR LU
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 Contribution Name...........:  BATCH 
    Title....................:  BATCH INPUT FROM DISC OR LU 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'BATCH  Submission file
                             : 02. &BOPEN 
                             : 03. &BDONE 
                             : 04. &BSKIP 
                             : 05. &BREAD 
                             : 06. &BINIT 
                             : 07. [BCOM   INCLUDE file 
                             : 08. *BATCH  Merge command file 
    Operating System.........:  RTE-IVB or RTE-6/VM 
    Language(s)..............:  ASMB, FTN4X 
    Keywords.................: 1. BATCH 
                             : 2. INPUT 
    External Support Req'd...:  'NGLIB' LIBRARY 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:  R. Niekamp
               Company.......:  Hewlett Packard Company 
               Street........:  1001 E. 101st Terrace 
               City..........:  Kansas City 
               State.........:  Missouri
               Country.......:  USA 
               Zip Code......:  64131 
               Phone Number..:  (816) 941-0411
 Program Abstract............:  A collection of routines to provide an
                                 easy method of modifing interactive
                                 programs to run without an operator. 
 Additional Documentation....:  Use MERGE with the .BATCH file to 
                                 create a library $BATCH. 
                                [BCOM is an Include file for the
                                 Fortran routines.  It must match 
                                 the space reserved in &BINIT.
  
  
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ROGUE                                                                    J028 
                          ROGUE GAME FILES FROM VAX 
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 Contribution Name...........:  ROGUE 
    Title....................:  ROGUE game files from VAX 
                                Rogue, in Vax Fortran with braindamaged files:
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'ROGUE  Submission file
                             : 02. ATACK         11   size
                             : 03. COMMON        20 
                             : 04. DAMAGE         5 
                             : 05. DESC          12 
                             : 06. DIG3          21 
                             : 07. DRAWCO        23 
                             : 08. DRAWMF         6 
                             : 09. DRAWMP         8 
                             : 10. ERROR          1 
                             : 11. FID           20 
                             : 12. GETMAP        22 
                             : 13. IMP6          22 
                             : 14. INIT          33 
                             : 15. INVEN          8 
                             : 16. LIB           33 
                             : 17. LOCATE         4 
                             : 18. MAIN           1 
                             : 19. MONS          27 
                             : 20. MOVE          11 
                             : 21. OLDRAW         8 
                             : 22. OLDSCR        12 
                             : 23. PICKUP        14 
                             : 24. POTION         9 
                             : 25. PUTMON        11 
                             : 26. RIP            7 
                             : 27. ROGUE          4   <-- The README file 
                             : 28. ROGUEC         1 
                             : 29. ROGUEF        55 
                             : 30. SAVE          15 
                             : 31. SCR           12 
                             : 32. SCROLL        26 
                             : 33. SLEEP          1 
                             : 34. STICKS        27 
                             : 35. T             11 
                             : 36. TALLY          3 
                             : 37. TEMP          12 
                             : 38. TERMIO        35 
                             : 39. TTYOUT         1 
                             : 40. WER            1 
    Operating System.........:  VAX 
    Language(s)..............:  VAX Fortran 
    Keywords.................: 1. Games 
                             : 2. VAX 
    External Support Req'd...:  You will need to rework these routines
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:  JACK MCALISTER
               Company.......:  TDC 
                             :  621 Six Flags Drive 
               City..........:  Arlington 
               State.........:  Texas 
               Country.......:  USA 
               Zip Code......:  76011 
               Phone Number..:  817-861-7447
 Program Abstract............:  ROGUE game captured from VAX
 Additional Documentation....:  See file ROGUE. 
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CLEAN                                                                    J029 
                       FMGR CARTRIDGE CLEAN UP PROGRAM
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 Contribution name...........: CLEAN
    Title....................: FMGR cartridge clean up program. 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File.
                             : 01. 'CLEAN - Submission file.
                             : 02. &CLEAN - Source file.
                             : 03. #CLEAN - Link command file.
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM, RTE-A
    Language(s)..............: MACRO
    Keywords.................: 1. Extents 
                             : 2. Files 
    External Support Req'd...: $FMP6 library. 
    If Re-submission, Reason.: Made compatible with CI file system. 
 Contributor's Name..........: John L. Anderson Jr. 
               Company.......: U.S. Naval Station 
               Street........: WQEC Code 331
               City..........: Seal Beach 
               State.........: CA.
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 90740
               Phone Number..: (213) 594-7351 
 Program Abstract............:
  
 This program will perform the following disc clean-up operations 
 on FMGR cartridges from the options selected in the run string:
  
   1. Purge files with zero security codes. 
   2. Purge compiler list files. (Starts with single quote) 
   3. Remove extents from type 3 and up files.
   4. Reclaim unused disc space in type 3 & 4 files.
   5. Change the file size of type 3 and up for speed.
  
 All mounted cartridges will be processed unless a negative logical 
 unit number is given in the run string.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
 Example run string:
  
     CI> Clean,UN,PU,PL,RE,-25
  
 The 'PU' option will ask if you want to purge the file name displayed. 
 Answer 'Y' or 'N' or /E to terminate the option for that cartridge.
 The 'AP' will purge all files with zero security codes without asking. 
 'PU' and 'AP' are mutually exclusive.
  
 Compiler list files are purged with the 'PL' option if a corresponding 
 source file is found (i.e. starting with an &). If files beginning with
 a single quote are found without a matching source file, an informative
 message is printed out so you can find those list files created by 
 mistake from errors in the run string when compiling.
  
 The 'RE' option allows you to reclaim unused disc space in type 3 & 4
 files by reading the file and releasing used space at the end. The final 
 number of blocks in the file is rounded up to be disvisable by 4 for 
 more efficient access using larger DCB's. Processing is very fast taking 
 less than a second to handle a 100 block file. 
  
 The 'UN' option removes extents from files by copying them into a file 
 that is the original size times the number of extents. Unused disc is
 released as in the 'RE' option.
  
 The 'EX' option will round a file size up like the unextend option until 
 it is divisable by 4. If the file size is divisable by 4 already 
 nothing is done to the file. 'EX' and 'UN' are mutually exculsive. 
  
 The program accepts both lower and upper case letters. The break command 
 can be given at any time and will stop processing the file it was currenting 
 working on. Also options can be disabled for a given cartridge and 
 re-enabled for the next cartridge. 
\bp 
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CLEAN                                                                    J029 
\ce  FMGR CARTRIDGE CLEAN UP PROGRAM (cont) 
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 The program is very efficient making use of multiple track reads of both 
 the directory tracks and data tracks. FMGR DCB's are about 100 blocks in 
 size. Extensive use of system MACROS are used making it very difficult to
 try to use the program with RTE-4B. The new file system doesn't need this
 kind of utility. 
  
 Error reporting and file descriptions now use CI format for consistancy. 
 The FSTAT call may need to be changed for RTE-A. 
  
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CIPRE                                                                    J030 
                          CI PROGRAM PREPROCESSORS
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 Contribution Name...........: CIPRE
    Title....................: CI program preprocessors.
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File.
                             : 01. 'CIPRE - Submission file.
                             : 02. &ASMB  - Assembler preprocessor. 
                             : 03. #ASMB  - Link command file.
                             : 04. &FTN4X - FORTRAN 4x preprocessor.
                             : 05. #FTN4X - Link command file.
                             : 06. &MICRO - Microprogramming preprocessor.
                             : 07. #MICRO - Link command file.
                             : 08. &MXREF - Micro cross ref. preprocessor.
                             : 09. #MXREF - Link command file.
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM, RTE-A
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. Pre-processor 
                             : 2. CI
                             : 3. Compiler
    External Support Req'd...: CI file system.
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: John L. Anderson Jr. 
               Company.......: U.S. Naval Station 
               Street........: WQEC Code 331
               City..........: Seal Beach 
               State.........: CA.
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 90740
               Phone Number..: (213) 594-7351 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
 This package of preprocessors allows older HP products to use the new
 CI file system. Some things don't work the same in FTN4X and FTN7X so
 I wanted FTN4X to used the new file system. Bugs in MACRO have also
 forced me to go back and use ASMB at times. The method used is simple
 and will work for many programs. If the source is in a CI file, then 
 it is copied to a FMGR scratch file. FMGR list and object files are
 set up as needed. Then the real compiler is called using these scratch 
 files. If all is well, then the list and object files are copied back
 to the CI files system and the temporary scratch files are purged. Error 
 checking is also done passing the status back to the calling program.
 The process is fast using FmpCopy usually taking only a few seconds of 
 extra processing. WARNING: Due to a bug in C.83 FmpCopy, do not size up
 the programs to more than 30 pages.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
 File naming conventions: 
  
   Preprocessor                          Compiler name
   ------------                          -------------
 FTN4X.RUN::PROGRAMS                   FTN66.RUN::PROGRAMS
 ASMB.RUN::PROGRAMS                    ASMB4.RUN::PROGRAMS
 MICRO.RUN::PROGRAMS                   MICXE.RUN::PROGRAMS
 MXREF.RUN::PROGRAMS                   MICXF.RUN::PROGRAMS
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HP/C LIBRARIES                                                           J031 
                   HP/C COMPILER RUNTIME AND I/O LIBRARIES
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 Contribution Name...........: HP/C Libraries 
    Title....................: HP/C Compiler Runtime and I/O Libraries
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'CLIB  Submission file 
                             : 02. $NCLIB New file system library 
                             : 03. $OCLIB Old file system library 
    Operating System.........: RTE-IVB, RTE-XL, RTE-6/VM, RTE-A.1, RTE-A
    Language(s)..............: HP/C, MACRO
    Keywords.................: 1. Library 
                             : 2. C 
                             : 3. Compiler
    External Support Required:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: David A. Boskey
               Company.......: Corporate Computer Systems, Inc. 
               Street........: 33 West Main Street
                             :
               City..........: Holmdel
               State.........: New Jersey 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 07733
               Phone Number..: (201) 946-3800 
               Telex.........: 642672 
 Program Abstract............:
 Additional Documentation....: See the HP/C Reference Manual from CCS 
  
  
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CONV                                                                     J032 
                         ASCII TO NUMERIC CONVERSION
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 Contribution Name...........: CONV 
    Title....................: ASCII to numeric conversion
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'CONV   Submission file
                             : 02. &CONV   Program source 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6VM
    Language(s)..............: FTN4X, FTN7X 
    Keywords.................: 1. ASCII 
                             : 2. CONVERSION
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: John A. Price
               Company.......: Hershey Foods Corporation
                               Technical Center 
               Street........: 1025 Reese Ave 
                             : PO Box 805 
               City..........: Hershey
               State.........: PA 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 17033-0805 
               Phone Number..: (717) 534-5239 
 Program Abstract............: A library of FTN4X and FTN7X conversion
         routines to convert ASCII to numeric.
 Additional Documentation....: Routines included: 
               KVTAS:  Convert ASCII to INTEGER (FTN4X) 
               CVTAS:  Convert ASCII to REAL (FTN4X)
               LVTAS:  Convert ASCII to INTEGER (FTN7X) 
               SVTAS:  Convert ASCII to REAL (FTN7X)
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CMMA                                                                     J033 
                            RTE-A SYSTEM ANALYZER 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: CMMA 
    Title....................: RTE-A System Analyzer
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'CMMA  Submission file 
                             : 02. "CMMA  Execution notes 
                             : 03. #CMMA  LINK command file 
                             : 04. &ADDSK Add to command stack source 
                             : 05. %ADDSK Add to command stack relocatable
                             : 06. &BYTES Byte manipulation source
                             : 07. %BYTES Byte manipulation relocatable 
                             : 08. &CKMOR Check for more output source
                             : 09. %CKMOR Check for more output relocatable 
                             : 10. &CMMA  CMMA main program source
                             : 11. %CMMA  CMMA main program relocatable 
                             : 12. &COMMA Command reader source 
                             : 13. %COMMA Command reader relocatable
                             : 14. &CVT   Convert ascii to binary source
                             : 15. %CVT   Convert ascii to binary relocatable 
                             : 16. &DLPK  List disc sectors source
                             : 17. %DLPK  List disc sectors relocatable 
                             : 18. &DM    Modify disc location source 
                             : 19. %DM    Modify disc location relocatable
                             : 20. &DP    Display parameters soure
                             : 21. %DP    Display parameters soure
                             : 22. &DRPK  List LU table entries source
                             : 23. %DRPK  List LU table entries relocatable 
                             : 24. &DS    Search disc track source
                             : 25. %DS    Search disc track relocatable 
                             : 26. &FI    Find value - user map source
                             : 27. %FI    Find value - user map relocatable 
                             : 28. &IDPK  List ID segments source 
                             : 29. %IDPK  List ID segments relocatable
                             : 30. &INPK  List interrupt table source 
                             : 31. %INPK  List interrupt table relocatable
                             : 32. &LI    List a system entry point source
                             : 33. %LI    List a system entry point relocatabl
                             : 34. &LISTP Output in packed format source
                             : 35. %LISTP Output in packed format relocatable 
                             : 36. &LMPK  List memory - user map source 
                             : 37. %LMPK  List memory - user map relocatable
                             : 38. &LUPK  Display lu tables source
                             : 39. %LUPK  Display lu tables relocatable 
                             : 40. &OUT   Write the output records source 
                             : 41. %OUT   Write the output records relocatable
                             : 42. &PM    Modify memory - user map source 
                             : 43. %PM    Modify memory - user map relocatable
                             : 44. &RDREC Read a command source 
                             : 45. %RDREC Read a command relocatable
                             : 46. &XF    Find a value - system map source
                             : 47. %XF    Find a value - system map relocatabl
                             : 48. &XLPK  List memory - system map source 
                             : 49. %XLPK  List memory - system map relocatable
                             : 50. &XP    Modify memory - system map source 
                             : 51. %XP    Modify memory - system map relocatable
    Operating System.........: RTE-A
    Language(s)..............: HP/C, FTN7X, MACRO 
    Keywords.................: 1. System
                             : 2. System tables 
                             : 3. Analyzer
    External Support Required:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: David A. Boskey
               Company.......: Corporate Computer Systems, Inc. 
               Street........: 33 West Main Street
               City..........: Holmdel
               State.........: New Jersey 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 07733
               Phone Number..: (201) 946-3800 
  
                             (cont) 
\bp 
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CMMA                                                                     J033 
\ce  RTE-A SYSTEM ANALYZER (cont) 
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 Program Abstract............:
          CMMA is a program which facilitates the analysis of problems
          in an RTE-A  system.  CMMA is  a  stripped-down  version  of
          previous versions of CMMx.    This version does not have the
          facility to run  in  a different  computer; i.e.  you cannot
          examine a  remote  RTE-A from  another  node  in  a  DS/1000
          network.
  
          CMMA provides the following commands: 
  
            DL lu track sector #sectors             list disc sectors 
            DM lu track sector word value [flag]    modify a word on the disc 
            DP value [operator value]               display parameters
            DR lu [lu]                              display lu table
            DS lu track wd1 [wd2] [wd3] [wd4] [wd5] search disc tracks
            EC                                      echo tr file commands 
            EP                                      issue top of form to output 
            EX                                      exit from CMMA
            FI value start-address #words           find value in the user map
            ID number/name                          display id segments 
            IN start_sect-code [end-select-code]    display interrupt table entries 
            LE                                      list all entry points 
            LI entry-point [#words]                 list an entry point 
            LL file/lu                              change output file/lu 
            LM address #words                       list memory in the user map 
            LU lu                                   display dvt and ift 
            PM address value [flag]                 patch a word in the user map
            TR file                                 get commands from a file
            XF value start-address #words           find value in the system map
            XL address #words                       list memory in the system map 
            XP address value [flag]                 patch a word in the system map
 Additional Documentation....:
  
  
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QSPOL                                                                    J034 
                           EASY SPOOLER INTERFACE 
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 Contribution Name...........:  QSPOL 
    Title....................:  EASY SPOOLER INTERFACE
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'QSPOL  Submission file
                             : 02. &QSPOL 
    Operating System.........:  RTE-IVB or RTE-6/VM 
    Language(s)..............:  FTN4X 
    Keywords.................: 1. Spooling
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:  R. Niekamp
               Company.......:  Hewlett Packard Company 
               Street........:  1001 E. 101st Terrace 
               City..........:  Kansas City 
               State.........:  Missouri
               Country.......:  USA 
               Zip Code......:  64131 
               Phone Number..:  (816) 941-0411
 Program Abstract............:  Easy interface to the spooler package.
                                Contains two (2) options: 
                                 1) Setup programmatic spool files. 
                                 2) Transaction logging, weekly cycle,
                                  retains file till following week then 
                                  reuses. 
 Additional Documentation....:
J03501
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CPIC                                                                     J035 
                  DIRECT, DMA, PRIVILEGED MODE I/O EXAMPLES 
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 Contribution Name...........:CPIC
    Title....................:DIRECT, DMA, PRIVILEGED MODE I/O EXAMPLES 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'CPIC  Submission File 
                             : 02. &CPIC
                             : 03. &ASIC
                             : 04. &CASIC 
                             : 05. &HPIB
                             : 06. &CHPIB 
                             : 07. &PICCW 
                             : 08. &LOOKH 
                             : 09. &HLOOK 
                             : 10. &LOOK
                             : 11. &LOOKM 
                             : 12. &CN0 
                             : 13. &PICIO 
                             : 14. &IBCOM 
    Operating System.........:RTE-A.1 
    Language(s)..............:FORTRAN77, MACRO/1000 
    Keywords.................:1. I/O
                             :2. DMA
                             :3. privileged 
    External Support Req'd...:NONE
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Avery Davis
               Company.......: GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
               Street........: Electromagnetics Laboratory
                             : Millimeter Wave Technology Division
               City..........: Atlanta
               State.........: GA 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 30332
               Phone Number..: (404)894-3505
               Telex.........:. 
 Program Abstract............: These programs are examples of direct, 
                               privileged mode DMA I/O on an A-series 
                               HP1000.  They have only been tested on an
                               A700 under RTE-A.1.  Some of the programs
                               are FORTRAN which call privileged assembly 
                               language subroutines, and other are
                               accessory utilities. 
 Additional Documentation....: Comment lines at the beginning of each 
                               source code file describe the use and loading
                               of that file.  A tutorial may be found in the
                               paper, "Direct privileged Mode DMA I/O on the
                               A700 Under RTE A.1", Avery Davis, INTEREX
                               Technical Computer Conference Proceedings, 
                               1984 HP 1000 International Conference, 
                               San Jose, CA, September 9-13, 1984,
                               pp14-1 to 14-8.
  
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CPUSE                                                                    J036 
                       24 HOUR CPU USAGE WITH PRINTOUT
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........:  CPUSE 
    Title....................:  24 HOUR CPU USAGE WITH PRINTOUT 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             :  01. 'CPUSE        -SUBMISSION FILE
                             :  02. &CPUSE        -SOURCE CODE FOR CPUSE
                             :  03. %CPUSE        -RELOCATABLE FOR CPUSE
                             :  04. %WAIT         -RELOCATABLE FOR WAIT 
    Operating System.........:  RTE 6VM 
    Language(s)..............:  FTN77 
    Keywords.................: 1. Analyzer
                             : 2. Accounting
                             : 3. Reports 
                             : 4. Performance 
    External Support Req'd...:  NONE
    If Re-submission, Reason.:  N/A 
 Contributor's Name..........:  DAN FOGER/JOE BOSWELL 
               Company.......:  FAA 
               Street........:  5400 DAVIS HYWY 
                             :
               City..........:  ANCHORAGE 
               State.........:  ALASKA
               Country.......:
               Zip Code......:  99506 
               Phone Number..:  907-269-1189
 Program Abstract............:
  
     A program to satisfy managers who aren't impressed by flashing lights
and have learned the buzz words "HOWS YOUR CPU USAGE?".  Data is gathered 
from the S register via the CU,ON command and creats a reasonable piece of
paper to hand them 24 hours later.  Samples at .5 second intervals are
stored and a file created with output to specified printer lu with some 
percentages like the 'CPU WAS BUSY 100% OF THE TIME FOR XX% OF THE HOUR'. 
%WAIT is included in case you dont have the old ISALB around. 
  
J03701
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DATA                                                                     J037 
                          EQUIPMENT TABLE PRINT OUT 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........:  DATA
    Title....................:  EQUIPMENT TABLE PRINT OUT 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'DATA         -SUBMISSION FILE 
                             : 02. &DATA         -SOURCE CODE FOR CPUSE 
                             : 03. %DATA         -RELOCATABLE FOR CPUSE 
                             : 04. %ASINT        -RELOCATABLE FOR ASCII 
    Operating System.........:  RTE 6VM 
    Language(s)..............:  FTN77   ASINT IS IN ASSEMBLER 
    Keywords.................: 1. System tables 
                             : 2. Eqt 
    External Support Req'd...:  NONE
    If Re-submission, Reason.:  N/A 
 Contributor's Name..........:  DAN FOGER/JOE BOSWELL 
               Company.......:  FAA 
               Street........:  5400 DAVIS HYWY 
                             :
               City..........:  ANCHORAGE 
               State.........:  ALASKA
               Country.......:
               Zip Code......:  99506 
               Phone Number..:  907-269-1189
 Program Abstract............:
  
     A program to SEE what is in the equipment table. Seems you need to 
see all of the words in table if your having trouble with an lu. To run 
the program just type in DATA,equipment number. Other option is to direct 
the output listing with ipram 2; DATA,equipment number,output lu number 
%ASINT is included to load the program. 
  
  
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DBMOD                                                                    J038 
                             DATA BASE MODIFIER 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........:  DBMOD 
    Title....................:  Data Base modifier
    File Names...............:  00. Rename Transfer File
                             :  01. 'DBMOD   SUBMISSION FILE
                             :  02. ?DBMOD   PROGRAM HELP FILE
                             :  03. #DBMOD   LINK COMMAND FILE
                             :  04. &DBMOD   SOURCE CODE
                             :  05. %DBMOD   COMPILED CODE
    Operating System.........:  RTE-6VM 
    Language(s)..............:  FTN7X 
    Keywords.................: 1. IMAGE 
                             : 2. DATA BASE 
                             : 3. MODIFY
    External Support Req'd...:  IMAGE 1000
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:  CARL RAPSON 
               Company.......:  DOWELL SCHLUMBERGER 
               Street........:  PO BOX 2710 
                             :
               City..........:  TULSA 
               State.........:  OKLAHOMA
               Country.......:  USA 
               Zip Code......:  74101 
               Phone Number..:  (918)250-4288 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
 This program allows you to modify the values of items in a data base.
 Both regular and key items can be changed.  The items can be character,
 real, or integer types.  The program is kind of slow, but it gets the
 job done much more easily than doing it by hand.  DBMOD opens the data 
 base in mode 3 (exclusive), so no other activity is allowed while it is
 working.  See the file ?DBMOD for more details.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
                                IMAGE 1000 REFERENCE MANUAL 
  
J03901
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DBMOX                                                                    J039 
                          DATA BASE MODIFY PROGRAM
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: DBMOX
    Title....................: Data base modify program 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'DBMOX submission file 
                             : 02. &DBMOX source file 
                             : 03. #DBMOX loader file 
    Operating System.........: RTE6VM,RTE4B 
    Keywords.................: 1. Data base 
                             : 2. IMAGE 
                             : 3. Modify
    Language(s)..............: FTN4X
    External Support Req'd...: 92069 IMAGE LIBRARY
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: HAL HARP 
               Company.......: NAVWPNSUPPCEN
               Street........: BLDG. 41NE CODE 70613
               City..........: CRANE
               State.........: IN.
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 47522
               Phone Number..: 812-854-1034 
 Program Abstract............: JUNE 1, 1981 
  
 THIS PROGRAM IS USED TO MODIFY A 92069 DATA BASE. IT WILL ADD ,DELETE
AND MODIFY A SINGLE RECORD INCLUDING KEY ITEMS. 
  
 THE LOADR FILE CONTAINS A REFERENCE TO LI,$DBMSY, THIS NAME MAY HAVE 
TO BE CHANGED OR OMITTED DEPENDING ON THE PARTICULAR INSTALLATION OF
IMAGE/1000 AT YOUR SITE.
  
 TO OPERATE PROPERLY THIS PROGRAM EXPECTS A 26XX TYPE TERMINAL. 
  
 EXAMPLE: 
 TO RUN:
        RU,DBMOX
  
           Enter data-base name:+sc STAN:99 
           Enter level MOM
           Enter data-set TRANS 
  
  A MENU WILL THEN BE PRINTED ON THE SCREEN WITH THE NAMES OF THE DATA
 ITEMS AND THE LENGTH OF THE ITEM WILL BE IN PARENTHESES. 
  
  THIS PROGRAM USES A DBINF CALL TO GET THE DATA SET INFORMATION THEN 
 CREATES A SCREEN AND ALLOWS THE USER TO FILL IN THE SCREEN WITH DATA.
 THE USER THEN SAVES THE INFORMATION ON THE SCREEN WITH A /S. 
  
 DBMOX WAS MODIFIED FROM A PROGRAM WRITTEN BY DAN LASKOWSKI, HP INDY. 
  
 Additional Documentation....: IMAGE/1000 92069 MANUALS 
  
J04001
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DVP12                                                                    J040 
                   LINEPRINTER DRIVER AND SUPPORT SOFTWARE
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 Contribution Name...........: DVP12
    Title....................: Lineprinter driver and support software. 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File.
                             : 01. 'DVP12 - Submission file.
                             : 02. &DVP12 - Driver source.
                             : 03. &UPIT  - Up downed Lu's. 
                             : 04. &CC    - Space page up.
                             : 05. *UPIT  - LOADR command file. 
                             : 06. #CC    - Link command file.
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM only. 
    Language(s)..............: MACRO
    Keywords.................: 1. Driver
                             : 2. Printer 
    External Support Req'd...: Spooling system must be system generation. 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: John L. Anderson Jr. 
               Company.......: U.S. Naval Station 
               Street........: WQEC Code 331
               City..........: Seal Beach 
               State.........: CA.
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 90740
               Phone Number..: (213) 594-7351 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
 This line printer driver is a modification of DVC12 which supports HP
 2767A, 26xx and Dataproducts line printers. No vertical forms control
 is needed because the driver does it all. Lower case letters can be
 shifted to upper case automatically by specifing the right subchannel. 
 The paper width can be set to 80 or 132 columns. Non printing characters 
 can be diplayed as an @ sign or ignored. If the printer is at the top
 of form, no futher form feeds are allowed until something is printed 
 unless a control 15b request is given. This saves a lot of paper.
  
 The support programs make life a little easier. UPIT run every 3 seconds 
 and checks for any printers that are down. If one is found, it's hardware
 status is checked to see if it is ready again. When ready, GASP is 
 scheduled to restart the spool file and up the printer. If the printer 
 is not spooled, then it is just upped. The CC program spaces the the paper 
 on a Dataproducts B300/600 for tearoff.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
J04101
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EQTS                                                                     J041 
                           EQUIPMENT TABLE ACCESS 
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 Contribution Name...........:  EQTS
    Title....................:  EQUIPMENT TABLE ACCESS
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'EQTS       -SUBMISSION FILE 
                             : 02. &EQTS       -SOURCE CODE 
                             : 03. %EQTS       -RELOCATABLE 
    Operating System.........:  RTE 6 VM
    Language(s)..............:  FORTRAN 77
    Keywords.................: 1. SYSTEM TABLES 
                             : 2. EQT 
    External Support Req'd...:    NONE
    If Re-submission, Reason.:    N/A 
 Contributor's Name..........:    JOE BOSWELL 
               Company.......:    FAA 
               Street........:    5400 DAVIS HYWY 
               City..........:    ANCHORAGE 
               State.........:    ALASKA
               Country.......:
               Zip Code......:    99506 
               Phone Number..:    907-269-1157
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
       Have you got one of those mux handlers that use the exec 12
  call and you would like to use clones of only one program on each 
  port, but each has a different baud rate so you dont know how long
  to delay before you terminate the buffer?  Or are you using some exotic 
  driver that you would love to get to the eqt. table if only you knew
  the starting address??  EQTS will get you started if you have RTE6v/m.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
  
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ERASE                                                                    J042 
                           ERASE A FMGR CARTRIDGE 
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 Contribution Name...........: ERASE
    Title....................: Erase a FMGR Cartridge.
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File.
                             : 01. 'ERASE - Submission file.
                             : 02. &ERASE - FORTRAN Source. 
                             : 03. #ERASE - Link command file.
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM 
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. PURGE 
                             : 2. FILES 
                             : 3. INITIALIZE
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: John L. Anderson Jr. 
               Company.......: U.S. Naval Station 
               Street........: WQEC Code 331
               City..........: Seal Beach 
               State.........: CA.
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 90740
               Phone Number..: (213) 594-7351 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
 This program provides a way of clearing all the files from a FMGR disc 
 cartridge leaving nothing but the label intact. Zeros are written every
 everywhere on the Lu except the label. This provides both security and 
 a quick way to purge all files on a cartridge. The cartridge must be 
 mounted and no files can be open. The Lu is locked to prevent access by
 others while it is being cleared. Only the owner who mounted the disc
 can erase it. The program display label information and asks if you
 really want to erase this cartridge. Once it starts, there is no way 
 to get any files back. 
  
J04301
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FIXFMGR                                                                  J043 
                       FIX ODD BYTE COUNT FMGR RECORDS
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 Contribution Name...........: FIXFMGR
    Title....................: Fix Odd Byte Count FMGR Records
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'FIXFM Submission file 
                             : 02. &FIXFM Record length word fixer - source 
                             : 03. %FIXFM Record length word fixer - relocatabe 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM, RTE-A
    Language(s)..............: HP/C 
    Keywords.................: 1. TRANSPORTABLE 
    External Support Required:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: David A. Boskey
               Company.......: Corporate Computer Systems, Inc. 
               Street........: 33 West Main Street
                             :
               City..........: Holmdel
               State.........: New Jersey 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 07733
               Phone Number..: (201) 946-3800 
               Telex.........: 642672 
 Program Abstract............:
  
  There  is  an  incompatibility between RTE systems that have
  the new  file  system available and those that do not.  This
  can  cause problems when transporting files  from  either an
  RTE-6/VM  or RTE-A system to a system that does not have the
  new file system available.
  
  Since  the new file system allows for the writing of records
  with an odd number of bytes, the record length word for type
  3 format files  has changed  for those  odd length  records.
  The record length word in non-new file system systems is al-
  ways  a positive word length.    In the new file system, the
  record length word is negative for odd length records.  This
  is interpreted  by READF as an end of file, so the first odd
  length  record  terminates  the file.  For example, a record
  with 5 bytes in the new file system would have a length word
  of  0100002 octal while in the old file system this would be
  a record with a length of 3 words.
  
  To solve  this  problem, a program has been written which is
  available on any  system with the new file system available 
  which will modify these  incompatible  record  length words.
  This  program should be run on the files that will be trans-
  ported  to an incompatible system just prior to storing them
  onto tape.  The program is run by using the command:
  
                    fixfmgr,<filedescriptor>
  
  This program should only be run against type 3 format files.
  These include type 3, 4, and any user-defined file types > 7
  with a type 3 format. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
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FMPLB                                                                    J044 
                           FMGR CALLS FOR CI FILES
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 Contribution Name...........: FMPLB
    Title....................: FMGR calls for CI files. 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File.
                             : 01. 'FMPLB - Submission file.
                             : 02. &FMPLB - Source files. 
                             : 03. $FMPLB - Lindxed library.
                             : 04. )FMPLB - Merge file. 
                             : 05. %CRETS - Create scratch from %BMPG3. 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM, RTE-A
    Language(s)..............: MACRO
    Keywords.................: 1. Conversion
                             : 2. Library 
                             : 3. Emulator
                             : 4. Files 
    External Support Req'd...: CI file system.
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: John L. Anderson Jr. 
               Company.......: U.S. Naval Station 
               Street........: WQEC Code 331
               City..........: Seal Beach 
               State.........: CA.
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 90740
               Phone Number..: (213) 594-7351 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
 This set of library routines allows programs using FMGR file calls to
 use the new CI file system without modification. For example a call to 
 OPEN reformats the data and calls FmpOpen. All files exist on the new CI 
 file system giving the user most of the advantages that come with the
 new system. There are limitations of course. File names are still limited
 to 6 characters and the special characters used by CI are not allowed. The 
 security code is ignored and the CRN must be 1 or 2 ascii characters.
 Numbers are not allowed for CRN's. There is also a price to pay. It takes
 about 1 to 1.5k more words of program space. The package has been tested 
 with a number of HP software packages. For example, BASIC/1000D can use
 the new system by setting the desired working directory before running 
 BASIC and just specifing file names up to 6 characters. Unfortunately
 the new file system doesn't handle FMGR type zero files properly so they 
 cannot be used by BASIC. But for programs for which you have no source,
 this package allows you to start getting rid of your old FMGR cartridges.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
 Just add LIB,$FMPLB to your LINK command files to use this package.
 %CRETS was extracted from the C.83 RTE-6/VM library so it would call 
 the ECRET subroutine in this package instead of the one in the system. 
 Undocumented calls are also supported in this package. 
  
J04501
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GFONT                                                                    J045 
                         INTERACTIVE FONT GENERATOR 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: GFONT
    Title....................: Interactive Font Generator 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'GFONT Submission file 
                             : 02. &GFONT Source file 
                             : 03. %GFONT Relocatable 
                             : 04. #GFONT Loadr/Link command file 
                             : 05. "GFONT Info file 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM, IVB
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. Font
                             : 2. Text
                             : 3. Interactive 
    External Support Req'd...: 92841 DGL Library
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Juan A. Codagnone
               Company.......: ATEC S.A.
               Street........: Cerrito 866   Piso 7 
                             :
               City..........: Buenos Aires 
               State.........:
               Country.......: ARGENTINA
               Zip Code......: 1336 
               Phone Number..: 01 45-4001 
               Telex.........: 21-466 ATEC AR 
 Program Abstract............:
 GFONT is a program that will allow you to generate and maintain your own,
 customized Font Files. Using simple, two-letter commands you can 
 design the characters or symbols that you wish, or draw them on
 a graphics device. 
  
 Additional Documentation....: See file "GFONT
  
J04601
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HOW                                                                      J046 
                              USER HELP PROGRAM 
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 Contribution Name...........: HOW
    Title....................: User help program
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'HOW  Submission File
                             : 02. &HOW  ftn7x source 
                             : 03. %HOW  ftn7x relocatable
                             : 04. ?HELP a sample help file 
                             : 05. $HELP indexed version of ?HELP 
    Operating System.........: RTE 6-VM  (only!)
    Language(s)..............: FORTRAN-77 
    Keywords.................: 1.HELP 
                             : 2.MESSAGE
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Joel McClatchy & Paul Schumann 
               Company.......: E-Systems, Inc.
               Street........: P. O. Box 1056  CBN 101
               City..........: Greenville 
               State.........: Texas
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 75401
               Phone Number..: 214 457-5363 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............: This submission is a type of on-line help
 which has proven very useful in our environment (lots or unsophisticated 
 users).  The command "HOW,XXXX" will cause the information available on
 "XXXX" to be displayed.  If the user enters just "HOW", the program will 
 interact with the user giving first top-level general help, then more
 specific help on sub-topics, sub-sub-topics, and so on, until the user 
 gets whatever was needed.  NOTE -- ?HELP and $HELP have been provided as 
 examples only; the system manager should customize these files to his or 
 her system needs.
  
 Loading:  use LINK,%HOW     -or-   LOADR,,%HOW 
  
 Help-file preparation:  The help file used by how must be named $HELP. 
 It is in "standard" help-file format as shown in the example ?HELP.  To
 index it, use GENIX,?HELP,1,$HELP.  Of course, $HELP must reside on a
 generally-accessible (system-mounted) cartridge. 
  
 Help-file keywords: may be one to 24 characters in one or more words 
 (separated by a SINGLE space).  Keywords are separated from each other 
 on a given line by two or more spaces. 
  
 Useful routines: 
 READ_LINE  reads the line the cursor is currently on 
 GET_KEY    returns the full keyword the cursor was on, or if the cursor
            was in the inter-keyword space, it returns the keyword to the 
            right of the cursor, or if the cursor was past the last one 
            on the line, it returns the last keyword. 
 GET_CURSOR returns the row and column of the cursor without moving it. 
  
  
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JCALC                                                                    J047 
             ARITHMETIC CALCULATOR FOR DATA IN AN ANNOTATED FILE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: JCalc
    Title....................: Arithmetic calculator for data in an annotated file
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'jcalc   Submission File 
                             : 02. &jcalc   Source
                             : 03. [jcalc   Inlcude file
                             : 04. %jcalc   Reloc 
                             : 05. #jcalc   Load file 
                             : 06. "jcalc   Help file 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6, RTE-A 
    Language(s)..............: Ftn7x
    Keywords.................: 1. Calculator
    External Support Req'd...: Hierarchical file system 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: John D. Johnson
               Company.......: JDJ Wordware 
               Street........: P.O. Box 345 
                             :
               City..........: Cupertino
               State.........: CA 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 95015
               Phone Number..: (415)965-3245
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
      JCalc does arithmetic on numbers and variables in 
      an annotated file.  An at sign ('@') is used to flag
      the start of a command.   It is followed by a 
      variable name which FileCalc puts into it's 
      symbol table. Next comes one of 3 command characters. 
      An equal sign ('=') followed by and expression
      terminated by a semicolon (';') assigns a value 
      to the variable.  Expressions may use plus ('+'), 
      minus ('-'), times ('*') and divide ('/') as
      operators and parenthesis. Normal operator precedence 
      applies.
      A plus sign ('+') followed by a number adds the 
      number to the current value of the variable.
      A number sign ('#') followed by format skeleton number
      causes FileCalc to replace the format skeleton with 
      the current value of the variable. Example: 
  
      @x = 3; 
      @y = 4; 
      @z = x*x + y*y; 
      @z#    25.000 
      @z+ 5 
      @z# 30
  
 Additional Documentation....:  From file "JCalc
  
 JCalc is a data-reduction program that reads variables, expressions, and 
 numbers from a file, evaluates the expressions and variables, and writes the 
 results back into the file according to your format skeletons.  Format 
 skeletons are data templates (similar in concept to the PRINT USING statement
 found in some versions of BASIC).  They are designed to facilitate running 
 JCalc on the file more than once, as when getting intermediate results from
 a data-gathering program.
  
  
 Usage:  JCalc, fileName
  
 Statements:
 @  Start a command 
 #  Print a variable's value
 +  Add a number to a variable
 =  Assign an expression's value to a variable
  
                               (cont) 
\bp 
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JCALC                                                                    J047 
\ce  ARITHMETIC CALCULATOR FOR DATA IN AN ANNOTATED FILE (cont) 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Expressions, in order of precedence
 () Alter precedence
 /  Divide
 *  Multiply
 +  Add 
 -  Subtract
 ;  Terminate an expression 
  
  
 JCalc does arithmetic on numbers and variables in an annotated file. 
 Commands in the file have the form:
  
    @ variableName operationType operand
  
       An at-sign (@) marks the beginning of a command. 
  
       variableName is a variable that JCalc remembers; new variables are 
       created when they are first mentioned.  Variable names start with a
       letter and can have numbers, underscores, and periods in them.  Names
       can be of any length.
  
       operationType is one of: 
          =  Assign the value of an expression to the variable. 
               Expressions may use  /  *  +  -  ()  and are terminated with ; 
          +  Add a number to a variable; add a negative number to subtract
               ("@ var + 3" is shorthand for "@ var = var + 3;"). 
          #  Print the current value of the variable using a format skeleton. 
               The skeleton is overwritten with the current value of the
               variable.  Format skeletons specify where to output the number 
               on the line, and tell how many significant decimal digits to 
               output.
  
               Format skeletons use the characters: 
               .      Decimal point -- print the number around this.
               digit  Overwrite this number.
               blank  Print the value here. 
               *      Digit placeholder; numbers are right-justified in this
                        field.
  
  
 Example: 
 Given a file containing:              JCalc will change the file to: 
  
       @x = 3;                         @x = 3;
       @y = 4;                         @y = 4;
       @z = x*x + y*y;                 @z = x*x + y*y;
       @z#      .***                   @z#    25.000
       @z + 5                          @z + 5 
       @z#  *                          @z# 30 
  
  
 Hints: 
 JCalc ignores blanks except as a terminator for variable names.  Thus, the 
 line "@z + 5" could have been written "@ z + 5" or "@z+5". 
  
 Notice above that addition does not need a terminator.  If there is no decimal 
 point in the output skeleton, use a * to place the number in a specific spot.
  
 When writing a file out, JCalc preserves the location of the decimal point in
 the line.  It also preserves the number of digits after the decimal point. 
  
 If a value will not fit in its skeleton output field, JCalc outputs an 
 equivalent format skeleton using decimal points and/or stars instead of the
 value.  No error messages are produced.
  
 When JCalc terminates, it prints the final value of all variables encountered
 in the file on your terminal.  Variables are printed in the order in which 
 they were defined. 
  
                              (cont)
\bp 
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JCALC                                                                    J047 
\ce  ARITHMETIC CALCULATOR FOR DATA IN AN ANNOTATED FILE (cont) 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
  
 Another JCalc example: 
  
     This file was produced be merging the output files from
     multiple runs of a simulator and using EDIT/1000 to delete 
     the extra text.  JCalc is now used compute the number of cycle per 
     execution and the total number of expansions.
     The JCalc annotations will be removed for the final report.
  
  
    cache   expansions   executions       cycles             cycles per 
     size                                  total              execution 
    -----   ----------   ----------       ------             ---------- 
       16  @n+   14285 @e=    78088; @c=  366989; @r=c/e;@r#        .** 
       32  @n+   13511 @e=    78088; @c=  353003; @r=c/e;@r#        .** 
       64  @n+   11787 @e=    78088; @c=  323277; @r=c/e;@r#        .** 
      128  @n+    3666 @e=    78088; @c=  192065; @r=c/e;@r#        .** 
      256  @n+    3666 @e=    78088; @c=  192065; @r=c/e;@r#        .** 
      512  @n+    3464 @e=    78088; @c=  188608; @r=c/e;@r#        .** 
     1024  @n+    3129 @e=    78088; @c=  182998; @r=c/e;@r#        .** 
     2048  @n+     957 @e=    78088; @c=  144308; @r=c/e;@r#        .** 
     4096  @n+     957 @e=    78088; @c=  144308; @r=c/e;@r#        .** 
  
 Total
 Expansions=@n#      *
  
 Running JCalc produces:
  
     This file was produced be merging the output files from
     multiple runs of a simulator and using EDIT/1000 to delete 
     the extra text.  JCalc is now used compute the number of cycle per 
     execution and the total number of expansions.
     The JCalc annotations will be removed for the final report.
  
  
    cache   expansions   executions       cycles             cycles per 
     size                                  total              execution 
    -----   ----------   ----------       ------             ---------- 
       16  @n+   14285 @e=    78088; @c=  366989; @r=c/e;@r#       4.70 
       32  @n+   13511 @e=    78088; @c=  353003; @r=c/e;@r#       4.52 
       64  @n+   11787 @e=    78088; @c=  323277; @r=c/e;@r#       4.14 
      128  @n+    3666 @e=    78088; @c=  192065; @r=c/e;@r#       2.46 
      256  @n+    3666 @e=    78088; @c=  192065; @r=c/e;@r#       2.46 
      512  @n+    3464 @e=    78088; @c=  188608; @r=c/e;@r#       2.42 
     1024  @n+    3129 @e=    78088; @c=  182998; @r=c/e;@r#       2.34 
     2048  @n+     957 @e=    78088; @c=  144308; @r=c/e;@r#       1.85 
     4096  @n+     957 @e=    78088; @c=  144308; @r=c/e;@r#       1.85 
  
 Total
 Expansions=@n#  55422
  
  
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KEEP                                                                     J048 
                    PROGRAM RP'ER AND ID-SEGMENT TWIDDLER 
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 Contribution Name...........: KEEP 
    Title....................: Program RP'er and ID-Segment Twiddler
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'KEEP  Submission file 
                             : 02. &KEEP  Ftn4x source
                             : 03. %KEEP  New-style relocatable 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6, A (IVB and others, probably)
    Language(s)..............: Ftn4x
    Keywords.................: 1. ID Segments 
    External Support Req'd...: None.
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Don Pottenger
               Company.......: Hewlett-Packard Co.
               Street........: 11000 Wolfe Road 
               City..........: Cupertino
               State.........: CA 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 95014
               Phone Number..: (408) 257-7000 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............: KEEP does on RP on a type-6 file.  It is faster
 than the RP command and handles CI files too, and the RP won't be undone when
 you log off.  Additional options allow you to keep the program from being
 cloned, detach the program from session, and make the program look as if it
 were permanent (genned-in, or LOADR'd with the PE option). 
  
 Additional Documentation....: Run it without any parameters and you'll see:
 Usage:  KEEP, type_6_file [,options] 
  
 KEEP will RP and clear the session ID word.
 (ie. will RP as if the system manager did it.) 
  
 option = DC - set the don't copy bit(inhibit cloning)
        =-DC - clear the don't copy bit (allow cloning) 
        = DE - detach this program from session 
        = PE - make program 'look' permanent
        =-PE - make program 'look' temporary
  
 Options may be specified in any order, and can be combined as in 
   KEEP, SAM.RUN::PROGRAMS, PE, DC
  
  
  
J04901
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MAIL                                                                     J049 
                           ELECTRONIC MAIL SYSTEM 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: MAIL 
    Title....................: Electronic Mail System 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'MAIL    - Submission File 
                             : 02. &MAIL    - Source
                             : 03. %MAIL    - Relocatable 
                             : 04. #MAIL    - LINK command file 
                             : 05. $FNEWF   - Rev. 2341 (fixes bug in FmpOpen)
                             : 06. "MAIL    - help file for /HELP/ directory
    Operating System.........: RTE-6VM Rev. C.83 or later 
    Language(s)..............: FTN77
    Keywords.................: 1. MAIL
                             : 2. MESSAGE 
                             : 3. DATA COMM 
    External Support Req'd...: 'CI' File System 
                             : RTE-6VM Accounts System
    If Re-submission, Reason.: no 
 Contributor's Name..........: R. Arthur Gentry 
               Company.......: AT&T Communications
               Street........: Rm 785 
                             : 811 Main St. 
               City..........: Kansas City
               State.........: Mo.
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 64141
               Phone Number..: (816) 391-2446 
 Program Abstract............: This program is an electronic mail system
 for RTE-6VM Rev. C.83 or later.  It uses a combination of the Session
 Monitor package and the new 'CI' file system to create a message file
 for each user recieving mail.  It requires a 'CI' file directory called
 /MESSAGES/ with protection set to rw/rw.  The program will create files
 with the name of +Mnnnn.TXT in that directory, wherer '+Mnnnn' is the
 message file NAMR found in the Accounts System file +@CCT!.
      The message to be sent is created in a temporary scratch file on
 directory /SCRATCH/, which is automaticly purged upon exiting the pro- 
 gram. If you want a copy for yourself, make one of the addressee's you!
      To send mail, a user enters 'mail s', the program will then prompt
 the user for 'To:' which can take any of the following forms:
       USER[.@]     - send to this user in any group
       USER.GROUP   - send to this user in this group 
       @.GROUP      - send to all users in this group 
       @.@          - send to all users in the system 
   You are also allowed to put multiple addresee's on the line, example:
       To: GENTRY @.SYS DAVIS.PRODUCTION PAUL 
   (Note- delimiters can be 'spaces' or commas) 
   The program will then automaticly insert the From: (you) and date/time 
 stamp (now).  The program will then ask for a Title: this can be anything, 
 up to 80 characters you may wish to call your message, enter a (return) if 
 no title is desired. 
     The program will now start prompting for the message with '>'.  You
 may now type in the message you wish to send.  There is no limit to the
 length of the message.  When finished, enter a 'q' as the first and only 
 character on the line.  The program will now ask if you wish to Send,
 List, Edit, Quit or Abandon the message. Enter:
   S(end) - the program will scan the accounts file @+CCT! file for ID's
            that match your To: addresses, listing the ones it found, and 
            letting you know any it could not find. 
   L(ist) - the program will list your message to your terminal, 24 lines 
            at a time.  Hit the 'space bar' to see the next 24 lines. 
   E(dit) - the program will schedule EDIT (EDIT/1000) on your message. 
   Q(uit) - the program will stop, purging your message.
   A(bandon) - same a quit
     After issuing S, L or E it will always return to the 'what now'
   prompt, until you enter Q or A.
  
                              (cont)
\bp 
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MAIL                                                                     J049 
\ce  ELECTRONIC MAIL SYSTEM (cont)
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     After mail has been sent to a user, the next time he logs on, he 
 will recieve a 'MESSAGES WAITING' prompt from the system.  To pick up
 his mail, enter 'mail r [output lu]'.  The program will then list out
 the messge file, 24 lines at a time.  When finished, the program will
 ask if you wish to clear the message file.  Enter Y or N.  Whether you 
 clear the file or not, once you have picked up your mail, the 'MESSAGES
 WAITING' prompt will be cleared untill you recieve more mail.
  
     More enhancements are planned, such as a folder system, where you
 can file away messages;  a calander system for reminders, and a bulletin 
 board. 
  
  
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MSAM                                                                     J050 
                        MONITOR RUNNING OUT OF S.A.M
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 Contribution Name...........: MSAM 
    Title....................: Monitor running out of S.A.M.
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'MSAM  Submission File 
                             : 02. &MSAM   - Main source
                             : 03. &.ICTL  - Subroutine source
    Operating System.........: RTE6, RTE4 
    Language(s)..............: MACRO
    Keywords.................: 1. MONITOR 
                             : 2. SYSTEM TABLES 
    External Support Req'd...: Standard HP macro library
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Alan Monath
               Company.......: Tymshare 
               Street........: 6935 Wisconsin Ave 
                             :
               City..........: Chevy Chase
               State.........: Maryland 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 20815
               Phone Number..: (301)951-0122
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
   MSAM will periodically monitor the availability of system memory 
in an RTE6 or an RTE4 system. If the largest contiguous block of SAM
is less than a given threshold MSAM will release a previously allocated 
block of SAM and go into a tight loop waiting for its break flag to be set. 
Since SAM runs at priority 2 it effectively blocks out all other programs 
(except the OP system and any priority 1 programs you have defined).
The freed block of sam now gives you enough SAM to run other programs 
to find out who ate all the memory. After freeing up the samjam, set the
programs break flag and it will reallocate a block of S.A.M and go back 
to monitor mode.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
J05101
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NEWSKI                                                                   J051 
                              TERMINAL SKI GAME 
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 Contribution Name...........: NEWSKI 
    Title....................: TERMINAL SKI GAME
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'NEWSK Submission File 
                             : 02. SKIHLP  HELP & INSTRUCTIONS
                             : 03. #SKIDG  DGL LOAD CMD FILE
                             : 04. &SKIDG  DGL SOURCE FILE
                             : 05. #SKIAP  AGP LOAD CMD FILE
                             : 06. &SKIAP  AGP SOURCE FILE
                             : 07. #WSP    SAMPLE AGP WORK STATION
    Operating System.........: RTE-6 VM 
    Language(s)..............: FTN77
    Keywords.................: 1. GAMES 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.: PREVIOUS VERSION USED OLD GRAPHICS 
                               SUBROUTINES. NEW VERSION UPDATED TO
                               USE GRAPHICS-1000/II SUBROUTINES 
 Contributor's Name..........: TONY WEST
               Company.......: EATON CORPORATION
                               ENGINEERING & RESEARCH CENTER
               Street........: P.O. BOX 766 
               City..........: SOUTHFIELD 
               State.........: MICHIGAN 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 48076
 Program Abstract............: NEWSKI IS AN UPDATED VERSION OF THE
 OLD SKI GAME DATE CODE 2001. THIS IS AN INTERACTIVE GRAPHICS 
 PROGRAM THAT DISPLAYS A DOWNHILL RACE COURSE AND ALLOWS THE USER 
 TO CONTROL THE MOTION OF THE SKIER. THE GAME MAY BE PLAYED ON ANY
 GRAPHICS TERMINAL AND A VERSION IS SUPPLIED FOR BOTH DGL AND AGP.
  
 Additional Documentation....: GRAPHICS-1000/II MANUALS 
  
J05201
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NGLIB                                                                    J052 
                        FILE ERROR REPORTING ROUTINES 
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 Contribution Name...........:  NGLIB 
    Title....................:  File error reporting routines 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'NGLIB  Submission file
                             : 02. &NGLOG 
                             : 03. &NGF 
                             : 04. &NBRK
                             : 05. &NGTRC 
                             : 06. [NGCOM   INCLUDE file
                             : 07. *NGLIB  Merge command file 
    Operating System.........:  RTE-IVB or RTE-6/VM 
    Language(s)..............:  ASMB, FTN4X 
    Keywords.................: 1. ERROR 
                             : 2. MESSAGE 
                             : 3. HELP
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:  R. Niekamp
               Company.......:  Hewlett Packard Company 
               Street........:  1001 E. 101st Terrace 
               City..........:  Kansas City 
               State.........:  Missouri
               Country.......:  USA 
               Zip Code......:  64131 
               Phone Number..:  (816) 941-0411
 Program Abstract............:  A collection of routines to provide an
                                 easy method of reporting file errors 
                                 to the user. 
 Additional Documentation....:  Use MERGE with the .NGLIB file to 
                                 create a library $NGLIB. 
                                [NCOM is an Include file for the
                                 Fortran routines.  It must match 
                                 the space reserved in &NGLOG.
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NKEYS                                                                    J053 
                     USER KEYS PROGRAMMING FOR 262X CRTS
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 Contribution Name...........: Nkeys
    Title....................: User keys programming for 262x CRTs
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'NKEYS - Submission File 
                             : 02. #NKEYS - link file 
                             : 03. #LOADK - link file 
                             : 04. &NKEYS - source
                             : 05. %NKEYS - rel.
                             : 06. &LOADK - source
                             : 07. %LOADK - rel.
                             : 08. &SUBS  - sources to library - merged 
                             : 09. %SUBS  - merged relocateables
                             : 10. $NKEYS - lindx'd subs
                             : 11. KEYFRM - form file 
                             : 12. KEYINS - form file 
                             : 13. DLKEYS - key set 
                             : 14. SKEYS  - key set 
                             : 15. EKEYS  - key set 
                             : 16. OBSKEY 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM,RTE-A,RTE-A.1 
    Language(s)..............: FORTRAN 77 
    Keywords.................: 1. SOFTKEYS
    External Support Req'd...: $fnewf if new file system desired
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Timothy V. Gill, Ph.D. 
               Company.......: R. J. Reynolds 
               Street........: Bowman Gray Technical Center 611-12
                             :
               City..........: Winston-Salem
               State.........: NC 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 27102
               Phone Number..: (919)773-4849
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............: Set of utilities for creating,modifying
 and programming user keys on 262x CRTS.  Program Nkeys is used to define 
 user key sets for HP 262x type terminals. It requires a block mode 2x crt
 to work.  Definitions for user keys 1-8 and return and enter keys are
 allowed.  Definitions are placed in a user specified file.  Can be loaded
 with new file system routines to take advantage of them.  File I/O is
 with fortran 77 i/o not fmp. 
  
 Program Loadk is a short program that will load a set of keys created by 
 by Nkeys, given a type 2x crt. 
  
 Load_keys is a subroutine (used by Loadk) that performs the key loading
 task, given a valid Nkeys-produced file. 
  
 Several general purpose routines are included, most dealing with the 
 handling of character data types.  They are all in the indexed library 
 $NKEYS contained with this submission. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
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IBMPC                                                                    J054 
                    TRANSFER DATA FROM IBM PC TO HP 1000
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 Contribution Name...........: IBMPC
    Title....................: Transfer data from IBM PC to HP 1000 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'PCDOC Submission File 
                             : 02. "PCDOC  - Additional Documentation 
                             : 03. #INITL  - TR file to initialize line 
                             : 04. &TRANS  - Basic source for IBM PC
                             : 05. &IBMPC - Fortran source program to read dat
    Operating System.........: Rte A/VC+
    Language(s)..............: Ftn7x
    Keywords.................: 1. PC
                             : 2. DUMP
                             : 3. DATA COMM 
    External Support Req'd...: IBM PC Basic 
    If Re-submission, Reason.: N/A
 Contributor's Name..........: Donald R. Shapiro
               Company.......: Logistics Systems
               Street........: 199 Wells Avenue 
               City..........: Newton Centre
               State.........: Ma.
               Country.......: U.S.A. 
               Zip Code......: 02159
               Phone Number..: (617) 965-1111 
 Program Abstract............:
    IBMPC allows data transfer from an IBM PC to an HP1000 using a serial 
    port on the IBM PC and the HP12040B 8-channel mux card on the HP1000. 
 Additional Documentation....: See "PCDOC 
  
J05501
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ANNN01                                                                   J055 
                   DATA ENTRY / SAVING / PLOTTING PACKAGE 
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 Contribution Name...........: ANNN01 
    Title....................: Data Entry / Saving / Plotting Package 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'PLTSV - Submission File 
                             : 02. &PLTSV - Main Source File
                             : 03. &PLTS1 - Plotting Segment Source 
                             : 04. &PLTS2 - Labeling Segment Source 
                             : 05. &PLTS3 - Y-Axis   Segment Source 
                             : 06. &PLTS4 - Labeling Segment Source 
                             : 07. &PLTS5 - Title    Segment Source 
                             : 08. <PLSUB - Plotting Library Source 
                             : 09. <NPSUB - Non-Plotting Library Source 
                             : 10. %PLTSV - Main Relocatable
                             : 11. %PLTS1 - Plotting Segment Relocatable
                             : 12. %PLTS2 - Labeling Segment Relocatable
                             : 13. %PLTS3 - Y-Axis   Segment Relocatable
                             : 14. %PLTS4 - Labeling Segment Relocatable
                             : 15. %PLTS5 - Title    Segment Relocatable
                             : 16. =PLSUB - Plotting Library Relocatable
                             : 17. =NPSUB - Non-Plotting Library Relocatable
                             : 18. *PLTSV - Compile Transfer File 
                             : 19. ^PLTSV - Loader File 
                             : 20. /PLTSV - Turn on Segments
                             : 21. \PLTSV - Turn off Segments 
                             : 22. &DLTBL - Graphics Device Table Source
                             : 23. %DLTBL - Graphics Device Table Relocatable 
                             : 24. &LDSEG - Segment Loader Source 
                             : 25. =LDSEG - Segment Loader Relocatable
    Operating System.........: RTE-IVB
    Language(s)..............: FTN4 
    Keywords.................: 1. Plotting
                             : 2. Graphics
                             : 3. Storage 
                             : 4. Data mgmt 
    External Support Req'd...: Graphics/1000
                             : 9872 Plotter (Or any Graphics/1000 Device) 
                             : 2648 Terminal (Or any Graphics/1000 Device)
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Jeffrey Sweet
               Company.......: Air Force Avionics Lab 
               Street........: AFWAL AARI-3 
                             :
               City..........: Wright-Patterson AFB 
               State.........: Ohio 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 45433
               Phone Number..: (513) 255-6361 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  PLTSV is a system for Creating, Storing, and Plotting Data Files. 
  This is a quick and dirty utility for manipulating Data Plots.
  These data files are assumed to be any quanity vs. time.
  PLTSV is set up to plot to an HP 9872A and an HP 2648A graphics devices.
  PLTSV only supports line plots, with one or two plots per page, and 
  up to 4 curves per plot, each with separate Y-axis.  Data files can 
  be created and edited as type 3 files.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  To Load: TR,*PLTSV,1G   where 1G is the location of the Sources 
  It is necessary that the Graphics/1000 Library %GPS be available at 
  Load Time.  If any Graphics devices other, than an HP 9872 Graphics 
  plotter, and an HP 2648A Graphics Terminal, are to be used, the 
  subroutine UPGPS in <PLSUB must be modified.
  
J05601
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PSWD                                                                     J056 
                         CHANGE PASSWORDS IN @+CCT! 
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 Contribution Name...........: PSWD 
    Title....................: Change passwords in @+CCT! 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'PSWD  Submission File 
                             : 02. &PSWD - Source 
                             : 03. %PSWD - Relocatable
                             : 04. #PSWD - LINK command file
                             : 05. $FNEWG   - Rev. 2341 (fixes bug in OPEN) 
                                          (use if loading on C.83 or later) 
                                          (really $FNEWF, but renamed)
                             : 06. >SID - get session ID number 
                             : 07. %GTSID - relocatable 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6VM  (should work under RTE-4B, but not
                                         tested)
    Language(s)..............: FTN77, MACRO 
    Keywords.................: 1. session 
                             : 2. SECURITY
    External Support Req'd...: Accounts System
    If Re-submission, Reason.: no 
 Contributor's Name..........: R. Arthur Gentry 
               Company.......: AT&T Communications
               Street........: Rm 785 
                             : 811 Main St. 
               City..........: Kansas City
               State.........: Mo.
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 64141
               Phone Number..: (816) 391-2446 
 Program Abstract............: This program creates 6 character random
 passwords for every ID in the accounts file, except MANAGER.SYS and
 stores them in the accounts file.  See submission for further info.
  
  
J05701
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QBASE                                                                    J057 
                            IMAGE REPORT PROGRAM
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 Contribution Name...........:QBASE 
    Title....................:Image report program
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'QBASE SUBMISSION FILE 
                             : 02. #QBASE LOADR FILE
                             : 03. $QBASE LIBRARY 
                             : 04. %QBASE MAIN
                             : 05. %QBAS1 SEGMENT 1 
                             : 06. %QBAS2 SEGMENT 2 
                             : 07. %QBAS3 SEGMENT 3 
                             : 08. %QBAS4 SEGMENT 4 
                             : 09. %QBAS5 SEGMENT 5 
                             : 10. %QBAS7 SEGMENT 7 
                             : 11. %QBAS8 SEGMENT 8 
                             : 12. %QBASR SEGMENT R 
                             : 13. %QBASI SEGMENT I 
                             : 14. SCCOST SAMPLE IMAGE SCHEMA 
                             : 15. RPCOST SAMPLE REPORT PROCEDURE 
                             : 16. RPORT  SAMPLE REPORT 
                             : 17. >QBASE 
                             : 18. >QBF1
                             : 19. >QBF2
                             : 20. >QBS1
                             : 21. >QBS2
                             : 22. >QBS3     MANUAL FOR QBASE ARE 
                             : 23. >QBR1
                             : 24. >QBH1     BRUNO SLIDE FILES
                             : 25. >QBH2
                             : 26. >QBB1
                             : 27. >QBE1
                             : 28. >QBE2
    Operating System.........: RT6VM
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X,ASMB 
    Keywords.................: 1. Reports 
                             : 2. IMAGE 
    External Support Req'd...: IMAGE 1000 92069 
    If Re-submission, reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: HAL HARP 
               Company.......: NAVWPNSUPPCEN
                             : CODE 70613 
                             : BLDG. 41NE 
               City..........: CRANE
               State.........: IN.
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 47522
               Phone Number..: 812-854-1034 
 Program Abstract............: SEPT. 1, 1984
    THIS IS A PRELIMINARY VERSION OF AN IMAGE REPORTING PROGRAM.
    SOME FEATURES ARE:
      1.CROSSES DATA SETS AND DATA BASES USING A UNIQUE KEY NAME. 
      2.ALLOWS ITEM DATA TO BE PRINTED IN HEADER STATEMENTS.
      3.SORTS 1,000,000 TIMES FASTER THAN QUERY.( ROUGH ESTIMATE )
      4.TIME,DATE IN HEADER STATEMENTS. 
     THE LIBRARY $DMBSY IS A LINDEXED VERSION OF %DBMS,%LOCAL,%NO/DS, 
   CONTAINED IN YOUR IMAGE/1000 92069 PACKAGE.
     THE QBASE MANUAL IS CONTAINED IN FILES 17 THRU 29. THESE ARE TYPE
  13 BRUNO SLIDE FILES. IF YOU DON'T USE BRUNO CONTACT ME AND I WILL
  SUPPLY A PRINTED MANUAL.
      AS THIS IS A PRELIMINARY VERSION I AM SUBMITTING IT IN A WORKABLE 
  RELOCATABLE FORMAT. SOME FEATURES DO NOT WORK: GROUPING,TOTALS,EDIT.
  AT SOME LATER DATE THE PACKAGE WILL BE RE-SUBMITTED INCLUDING SOURCE
  FILES.
      QBASE USES VMA AND REQUIRES A 64 PAGE PARTITION. IT WILL PRESENTLY
  HANDLE 76,792 ITEMS WITH A POTENTIAL OF 2,147,483,647.
      QBASE WAS WRITTEN BY RICK CALENTINE OF NAVWPNSUPPCEN CRANE. 
J05801
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RPCHK                                                                    J058 
                     CHECK FOR NON-RP'ABLE TYPE 6 FILES 
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 Contribution Name...........: RPCHK
    Title....................: Check for Non-RP'able Type 6 Files 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'RPCHK Submission file 
                             : 02. &RPCHK Ftn7x source
                             : 03. %RPCHK New-style relocatable 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6, A 
    Language(s)..............: Ftn7x
    Keywords.................: 1. Files 
                             : 2. ID Segments 
                             : 3. Transportable 
                             : 4. System
    External Support Req'd...: CI file system.
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Don Pottenger
               Company.......: Hewlett-Packard Co.
               Street........: 11000 Wolfe Road 
               City..........: Cupertino
               State.........: CA 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 95014
               Phone Number..: (408) 257-7000 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............: RPCHK checks the files specified by its first
 argument, a file mask, to see if they will RP.  An optional parameter tells
 RPCHK to purge old (non-RP'able) type-6 files.  This program is especially 
 handy after a gen, to eliminate those non-transportable dead program files 
 that lay around the filesystem.  The source code is a good example of how
 to use the new FMP masking calls on a runstring-specified mask.
  
 Additional Documentation....: Run it without any parameters for the usage. 
 Usage:  RPCHK, fileMask [,PU]
  
  
J05901
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SCAN                                                                     J059 
                          HP 264X HARDCOPY PRINTOUT 
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 Contribution Name...........: SCAN 
    Title....................: HP 264x Hardcopy Printout. 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File.
                             : 01. 'SCAN  - Submission file.
                             : 02. &SCAN  - Source file.
                             : 03. #SCAN  - LINK command file.
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM 
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. Terminal
                             : 2. Printer 
    External Support Req'd...: $FMP6 library, $ASUBS library. 
    If Re-submission, Reason.: Updated to work with CI. 
 Contributor's Name..........: John L. Anderson Jr. 
               Company.......: U.S. Naval Station 
               Street........: WQEC Code 331
               City..........: Seal Beach 
               State.........: CA.
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 90740
               Phone Number..: (213) 594-7351 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
 SCAN is a FORTRAN program that supplies a terminal hard-copy function
 for Hewlett-Packard's RTE systems using the 264x terminals using a 12966A
 interface.  SCAN emulates a terminal hard-copy device by interrogating 
 the terminal's local memory and transmitting its contents to the 
 standard system printer.  To get a copy of all of the terminal's con-
 tents type: RU,SCAN.  SCAN will automatically send the cursor to the 
 home position and transfers the display information to the system
 printer (Lu 6).  For a partial scan, type: RU,SCAN,,P (Move the cursor 
 to the first line to be copied before typing "return").  SCAN will copy
 from that line up to but not including the line containing RU,SCAN,,P. 
 in either case, a form feed is provided after the copy as an added 
 convenience. The output is also spooled automatically for immediate
 print out. An Lu can be specified as the first parameter to output to a
 difference line printer. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
 $ASUBS library is in another contribution. 
  
J06001
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SEE                                                                      J060 
                     FILE WINDOWS FOR HP-232X TERMINALS 
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 Contribution Name...........:       See
    Title....................:       File windows for HP-232X terminals 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'SEE   Submission File 
                             : 02.  &SEE          FORTRAN source file 
                             : 03.  %SEE          Relocateable
                             : 04.  $C2623        Relocatable library 
                             : 05.  &C2623        Library FORTRAN source
                             : 06.  #SEE          LINK command file 
    Operating System.........:       RTE-6/VM 
    Language(s)..............:       FORTRAN 77 
    Keywords.................: 1.    Windows
                             : 2.    Graphics 
                             : 3.    Terminal 
    External Support Req'd...:       Library file $C2623
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:       Wayne Bergeron 
               Company.......:       General Electric 
               Street........:       210 Wynn Drive 
                             :
               City..........:       Huntsville 
               State.........:       Alabama
               Country.......:       USA
               Zip Code......:       35805
               Phone Number..:
 Program Abstract............:       Are you tired of people showing off
    their microprocessor's windowing capability, and asking how you can 
    use a terminal without that capability ?  Well, if the light isn't
    too bright, you too can amaze the uninitiated with 'windows' on you 
    HP-2623A, and HP-2627 terminals.  I wrote this program to have various
    parts of a program under development displayed on the graphics display
    of my terminal.  I have been able to display up to 10 or so small modules 
    in graphics, while editing in the alphanumeric display.  Two keystrokes 
    switch the two displays on or off.  To use it, position the graphics
    cursor, turn on the graphics display, and 'RU,SEE,FILEX::CR'. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:       See the program listing. 
  
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SNOOP                                                                    J061 
                           EXAMINE SWAPPED PROGRAM
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 Contribution Name...........:  SNOOP 
    Title....................:  Examine swapped program 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'SNOOP  Submission file
                             : 02. &SNOOP  FTN4X Source 
                             : 03. &SNOOA  ASMB Source
                             : 04. "SNOOP  Documentation file 
    Operating System.........:  RTE IVB 
    Language(s)..............:  FTN4X,ASMB
    Keywords.................: 1. Debug 
                             : 2. System
                             : 3. Utility 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:  Carl Falstrom 
               Company.......:  ACCESS Corporation
               Street........:  4815 Para Drive 
                             :
               City..........:  Cincinnati
               State.........:  Ohio
               Country.......:  USA 
               Zip Code......:  45237 
               Phone Number..:  (513) 242-4220
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:  If you have ever had to resort to insert- 
 ing numerous write statements throughout a program you are debugging 
 because loading the DBUGR with your program causes memory overflow,
 SNOOP can help.  By suspending the program under test (either pro- 
 gramatically or with 'SS,PROG') and forcing the program to swap
 out you may use SNOOP to display program code and data.  Use the 
 load map and symbol tables to locate the addresses of interest and 
 SNOOP will display the contents. 
  
 Compile &SNOOP with FTN4 or FTN4X and assemble &SNOOA.  Load the 
 resulting relocatables as a BG program and you are ready to SNOOP. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:  See the documentation file "SNOOP for usage.
  
 Filename Alterations for the Swap Tape:
 Original file name &INVRS is now &SNOOA on this tape.
  
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SPINT                                                                    J062 
                           SPOOL INTERFACE LIBRARY
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 Contribution Name...........:  SPINT 
    Title....................:  Spool Interface Library 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'SPINT  Submission file
                             : 02. &SPINT 
                             : 03. &SPING 
                             : 04. %SPINT 
                             : 05. "SPINT  Paper from conference
    Operating System.........: RTE 6/VM 
    Language(s)..............:  FTN77 
    Keywords.................:  1. SPOOLING 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Bob Hilton 
               Company.......: SunFlooring, Inc.
               Street........: 7475 Chancellor Drive
               City..........: Orlando
               State.........: Florida
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 32809
               Phone Number..: 305-351-6440 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
   A set of routines for programmatic handling of spooling.  Their usage
   can be instrumental in maintaining a high degree of printer utilization, 
   and system and operator efficiency.  See file "SPINT or the 1984 San 
   Jose conference proceedings. 
  
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SPINW                                                                    J063 
                    LETTER-QUALITY PRINTER SETUP UTILITY
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 Contribution Name...........: SPINW
    Title....................: Letter-quality Printer Setup Utility 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename transfer file 
                             : 01. 'SPINW Submission File 
                             : 02. &SPINW 
                             : 03. %SPINW 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6VM
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. Printer 
                             : 2. Utility 
                             : 3. Word Processing 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: William L. Steele
               Company.......: Tobacco Institute Testing Laboratory 
               Street........: 2 Taft Court, Suite 201
               City..........: Rockville
               State.........: MD 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 20850
               Phone Number..: 301-294-8582 
 Program Abstract............:
  
      Spinw is a menu driven utility for setting margins, line
 spacing and pitch on letter-quality printers responding to 
 Diablo control codes. It is especially handy to run
 from EDIT prior to listing text. 
  
      It works with a Model 7725 Spinwriter interfaced
 with 12966A card using driver DVF00, and should work 
 with a Diablo 630. See source for more details or run
 program and select the information option from menu. 
  
      Change variable LUOUT in source code to printer 
 lu number.  Compile SPINW with FTN66 option only.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
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SPLUM                                                                    J064 
                      USER ACCESS TO SYSTEM SPOOL FILES 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: SPLUM
    Title....................: User access to system SPOOL files. 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File.
                             : 01. 'SPLUM - Submission file.
                             : 02. &SPLUM - Spool Control Program.
                             : 03. &SPOLU - Spool setup program.
                             : 04. &SPLOT - Spool output program. 
                             : 05. &IFMGR - FMGR error processor. 
                             : 06. *SPLUM - LOADR command file. 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM 
    Language(s)..............: MACRO
    Keywords.................: 1. System
                             : 2. Spooling
    External Support Req'd...: Spool system must be in system generation. 
    If Re-submission, Reason.: Corrected problems with lost spool files.
 Contributor's Name..........: John L. Anderson Jr. 
               Company.......: U.S. Naval Station 
               Street........: WQEC Code 331
               City..........: Seal Beach 
               State.........: CA.
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 90740
               Phone Number..: (213) 594-7351 
 Program Abstract............:
  
 This set of routines allows the user to access the system SPOOL files
 through simple program calls. All security checking is bypassed so any 
 user may access the SPOOL files. The units to be spooled must be setup 
 by GASP when the system is initialized for the first time. 'SPLUM' must
 be loaded as a permanent program by 'LOADR'. The JOBFIL is now locked
 when being updated to avoid multiuser contentions. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
 Program calls: 
  
  SPOLU schedules program SPLUM which sets up a spool request for 
  a spool pool file. See &SPOLU listing for calling sequence. 
  
  SPLOT makes a call to EXEC to schedule SMP for a close spool
  and pass operation. See &SPLOT listing for calling sequence.
  
  
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SPOOL                                                                    J065 
                          CI SPOOLING FOR RTE-6/VM
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: SPOOL
    Title....................: CI Spooling for RTE-6/VM.
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File.
                             : 01. 'SPOOL - Submission file.
                             : 02. &SPOOL - Spool Control Program.
                             : 03. &ISPON - Spool setup program.
                             : 04. #SPOOL - LINK command file.
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM 
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X, MACRO 
    Keywords.................: 1. Conversion
                             : 2. Spooling
    External Support Req'd...: Spool system must be in system generation. 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: John L. Anderson Jr. 
               Company.......: U.S. Naval Station 
               Street........: WQEC Code 331
               City..........: Seal Beach 
               State.........: CA.
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 90740
               Phone Number..: (213) 594-7351 
 Program Abstract............:
  
 This program allows RTE-6/VM CI user's to spool Lu's and files as RTE-A
 does. It is no longer necessary to go back to FMGR every time you want 
 to change a spool setup. There are some limitations because of the way 
 spooling is done in RTE-6. A blank cannot be inserted at the beginning 
 of each line to suppress carriage control on lineprinters. Spool pool
 files are used in the same way the 'SL' command works under FMGR. The
 program must not be called 'SP' if it is on a FMGR cartridge. CI files 
 cannot be spooled directly. Copy them to FMGR cartridges.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
 The following commands are available:
  
     CI> Sp ON [Lu1] [Lu2]     Enables spooling to Lu1 or 
                               redirects spooling from Lu1 to Lu2.
  
     CI> Sp OFf [Lu1]          Closes out spooling to Lu1.
  
     CI> Sp STatus             Displays the status of all spools
                               in the system. 
  
     CI> Sp KIll or KS [Lu1]   Kills the spool file associated with 
            or ['File']        the current Lu1 of the named file. 
  
     CI> Sp REstart 'File'     Restarts the spool file from the 
            or RS              beginning. 
  
     CI> Sp LIst 'File' [Lu1]  Queues the file for output to Lu1. 
  
     Note: The default for Lu1 is 6.
  
  
     Note: $ASUBS is in another contribution. 
  
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SUPERUSER                                                                J066 
              MAKE USER SUPERUSER OR NON-SUPERUSER FOR SESSION
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: SUPERUSER
    Title....................: Make user Superuser or non-Superuser for session 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'SUPER Submission File 
                             : 02. &SUPER 
                             : 03. &ENERG 
    Operating System.........: RTE-A
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X, MACRO 
    Keywords.................: 1. Session 
                             : 2. SECURITY
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: DALE S. GARCIA 
               Company.......: TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT OF CALIFORNIA 
                             : DEFENSE SYSTEMS GROUP
               Street........: 624 SIX FLAGS DRIVE
                             :
               City..........: ARLINGTON
               State.........: TEXAS
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 76012
               Phone Number..: (817) 461-1242 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............: This program can make the scheduling user a
                             : Superuser or make a Superuser a Normal user
                             : for the current session. 
 Additional Documentation....: The subroutine 'Energize' may be called to 
                             : programatically make a user a Super/Non-super
                             : user.
  
J06701
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TIME                                                                     J067 
                  SET SYSTEM TIME AND TEACH ABOUT SOFTKEYS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: TIME 
    Title....................: Set System Time and teach about softkeys 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'TIMEH Submission File 
                             : 02. &TIMEH 
                             : 03. %TIMEH 
    Operating System.........:  RTE-6 V/M 
    Language(s)..............:  FORTRAN 7X
    Keywords.................: 1. Time
                             : 2. Softkeys
    External Support Req'd...: none 
    If Re-submission, Reason.: n/a
 Contributor's Name..........: David Roggendorff
               Company.......: General Electric Company 
               Street........: 110 Wynn Dr, NW. 
                             :
               City..........: Huntsville 
               State.........: AL 
               Country.......: U.S.A. 
               Zip Code......: 35801
               Phone Number..: 205-837-7701 X 140 
 Program Abstract............: This submission is useful as the first 
 program in WELCOM to help the new or occasional operator get familier
 with the use of the terminal in an interactive automatic operation.
 Help is available for two types of prompts - 1) data entry and 2) soft-
 key responsing.
  
 Loading:  Use LINK,%TIMEH   or   LOADR,,%TIMEH 
  
 Additional Documentation....: Run TIME and press return at prompts.
  
J06801
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TOULB                                                                    J068 
                    HP150 TOUCH SCREEN SUBROUTINE LIBRARY 
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 Contribution Name...........: TOULB
    Title....................: HP150 TOUCH SCREEN SUBROUTINE LIBRARY
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'TOULB Submission File 
                             : 02. &TOULB 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6VM, RTE-A.1, RTE-A
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. PC
                             : 2. Library 
    External Support Req'd...: none 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:  PETE BOWERS 
               Company.......:  DOWELL SCHLUMBERGER 
               Street........:  PO BOX 2710 
                             :
               City..........:  TULSA 
               State.........:  OKLAHOMA
               Country.......:  USA 
               Zip Code......:  74101 
               Phone Number..:  (918)250-4286 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
                                A SERIES OF SUBROUTINES TO UTILIZE THE
                                TOUCH SCREEN CAPABILITY OF THE HP150 FROM 
                                THE HP1000. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
J06901
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TPLOT                                                                    J069 
          TRANSPARENCY PLOTTER (GRAPHICS 1000/II VERSION OF BRUN
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 Contribution Name...........: TPLOT
    Title..........: Transparency plotter (Graphics 1000/II version of BRUNO) 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'TPLOT  SUBMISSION FILE
                             : 02. &UPSHF 
                             : 03. &BLBRD 
                             : 04. &BILBD 
                             : 05. &TPLOT 
                             : 06. &TPLT3 
                             : 07. &TPLT4 
                             : 08. &TPLT5 
                             : 09. &TPLT6 
                             : 10. &TPLT7 
                             : 11. /TPLOT 
                             : 12. #TPLOT 
                             : 13. &TPLT0 
                             : 14. $SKLIB 
                             : 15. &TPLT2 
                             : 16. &TPLT9 
                             : 17. &TPLT8 
                             : 18. &FORMA 
                             : 19. &FORM6 
                             : 20. %FORMA 
                             : 21. %FORM6 
                             : 22. %UPSHF 
                             : 23. %BILBD 
                             : 24. $SKLI2 
                             : 25. &TPLT1 
                             : 26. #BLBRD 
                             : 27. %BLBRD 
                             : 28. %TPLOT 
                             : 29. %TPLT0 
                             : 30. %TPLT1 
                             : 31. %LIBRY 
                             : 32. &LIBRY 
                             : 33. $LIBRY 
                             : 34. %TPLT2 
                             : 35. %TPLT3 
                             : 36. %TPLT4 
                             : 37. %TPLT5 
                             : 38. %TPLT6 
                             : 39. %TPLT7 
                             : 40. %TPLT8 
                             : 41. %TPLT9 
                             : 42. "TMANL 
                             : 43. $DSUBD 
                             : 44. &TSUBC 
                             : 45. %TSUBC 
                             : 46. $TSUBC 
                             : 47. ?TPLOT       TPLOT HELP FILE 
                             : 48. &TEDIT 
                             : 49. %TEDIT 
                             : 50. ?TEDIT       TEDIT HELP FILE 
                             : 51. %PRNTF 
                             : 52. %ITMLU 
                             : 53. #TEDIT 
                             : 54. ?STOF
                             : 55. #STOF
                             : 56. &STOF
                             : 57. %STOF        STOF HELP FILE
  
                              (cont)
\bp 
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TPLOT                                                                    J069 
\ce  TRANSPARENCY PLOTTER (GRAPHICS 1000/II VERSION OF BRUNO) (cont)
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    Operating System.........: RTE-6VM, RTE-A.1, RTE-A
    Language(s)..............:  FORTRAN 77
    Keywords.................: 1. GRAPHICS
                             : 2. PLOTTING
    External Support Req'd...: GRAPHICS 1000/II AGP AND DGL 
    If Re-submission, Reason.: CONVERSION OF BRUNO TO GRAPHICS 1000/II
 Contributor's Name..........: PETE BOWERS
               Company.......: DOWELL SCHLUMBERGER
               Street........: PO BOX 2710
                             :
               City..........: TULSA
               State.........: OKLAHOMA 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 74101
               Phone Number..: (918)250-4286
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
      TPLOT is a Graphics 1000/II version of BRUNO
  
          The BRUNO manual has been slightly modified and is
      included in "TMANL. 
  
      If you can use BRUNO then you can use TPLOT.
  
      All BRUNO figure and slide files work with TPLOT. 
  
          The program BLBRD does the actual plotting and
      can be used independently of TPLOT. 
          The program TEDIT will allow you to edit a TPLOT
      slide file (this is a version of BRNED if you have seen 
      that program before). 
          The program STOF will convert a slide file consisting 
      of lines and circles into a figure file.
          Using STOF and TEDIT it is possible to convert X,Y data 
      into figure and/or slide files. 
  
      THINGS TO KNOW
  
          TPLOT looks for work station programs in the form of
      W2623,W2648,W9872, etc. You can however specify the 
      work station program in the run string. You may also
      specify the crn the font files are located on. If you 
      do this the initialization time will be cut in half.
  
      KNOWN BUGS
      ----------
  
      You cannot plot to your own terminal directly. We haven't had time
      to work this bug out and we just tell people to edit a slide file 
      to see what it looks like.
  
      This is not our bug but HP's. Theoretically you should be able
      to LINK TPLOT instead of using the LOADR. However a bug in
      HP's software kept giving us an EM82 error. We have not yet 
      gone to the next software revision to see if this fixes this
      error. Loading works just fine except you have to contend with
      all those segments. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
      GRAPHICS 1000/II REFERENCE MANUALS
  
  
J07001
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TRINT                                                                    J070 
                   INTERPRET IMAGE-2 LOG FILE TRANSACTIONS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: TRINT
    Title....................: Interpret Image-2 Log File Transactions
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'TRINT Submission file 
                             : 02. &TRINT Source file 
    Operating System.........: RTE-A (and 6?) 
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. Image 
                             : 2. Data base 
    External Support Req'd...: An Image-2 logfile 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: G. Masters & S. Wolfe
               Company.......: MOD DQA/TS (ELEC)
               Street........: Royal Arsenal East 
               City..........: Woolwich SE.18 
               State.........: London 
               Country.......: UK 
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..:
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
List the transactions in an HP IMAGE-2 Transaction Log File, in 
a 'human readable' format.
  
The 'namr' of the Transaction Log File can be the 1st parameter 
in the program runstring.  The 2nd parameter can be the 'namr'
of a particular IMAGE-2 Root File to search for. If these 
parameters are omitted, the program will prompt for them. 
If the 3rd parameter is given as '6' (the standard HP line- 
printer LU) then the output will be directed there; else it 
will default to splurging onto the originating terminal.
  
AUTHOR'S NOTE 
      The program was bolted together in a hurry, when IMAGE-2 rudely 
      burst into our particular corner of the Cosmos. Thus treat the
      output with suspicion - at least until you feel you can trust it! 
      We have been advised to plead 'Diminished Responsibility' at any
      future court procedings!
  
 Additional Documentation....: See the prologue in the source file &TRINT.
  
J07101
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TSUBS                                                                    J071 
                              TIME SUBROUTINES
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: TSUBS
    Title....................: Time Subroutines 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'TSUBS - Submission File 
                             : 02. &ACDAT - Source code 
                             : 03. &CHDAT - Source code 
                             : 04. &DOWEK - Source code 
    Operating System.........: RTE-IVB,RTE-VI 
    Language(s)..............: FTN4X
    Keywords.................: 1. Time
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Ronnie F. Lee
               Company.......: Gulf Oil Products Co.
               Street........: Chemical Row 
                             :
               City..........: Orange 
               State.........: Texas
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 77630
               Phone Number..: (409) 882-2169 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
      This is a collection of three simple subroutines to perform various 
 time and date calculations.  Subroutine ACDAT will read the clock and
 put the date (MM-DD-YY) in the first three words of an integer array 
 in ascii format.  Subroutine CHDAT will change a date from ascii to
 integer or vice-versa and check the date for validity.  Subroutine 
 DOWEK will calculate the day of the week for any date from 1-1-1 to
 12-31-32767. 
 Additional Documentation....:
  
J07201
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TYPE6                                                                    J072 
                       DISPLAY TYPE 6 FILE INFORMATION
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: TYPE6
    Title....................: Display Type 6 file information. 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File.
                             : 01. 'TYPE6 - Submission file.
                             : 02. &TYPE6 - Program source. 
                             : 03. #TYPE6 - Link command file.
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM only. 
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. Files 
                             : 2. System
    External Support Req'd...: None 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: John L. Anderson Jr. 
               Company.......: U.S. Naval Station 
               Street........: WQEC Code 331
               City..........: Seal Beach 
               State.........: CA.
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 90740
               Phone Number..: (213) 594-7351 
 Program Abstract............:
  
 This program allows the user to display information about type 6 files 
 created by LINK. It gives program bounds, types and segment information. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
 Example run: 
  
 CI> TYPE6,FC.RUN 
  
 Program FC    created 11:03 am  May 10, 1983 
  
 Extended background,  Priority  90 
  
 Base page bounds for main 0002, 0154 
 Highest address+1 of largest segment 61030 
  
 Program size is 32 pages 
 EMA Size is   0 pages
  
 Segment Directory Block   57  Word offset 062
 Segment table address 15553, no. of segments   7 
  
 Segment     Name      Low address   High address    Entry point
             FC           02000          15662          03251 
    1        FC000        15663          42644          15663 
    2        FC001        15663          50072          15663 
    3        FC002        15663          61030          15663 
    4        FC003        15663          56542          15663 
    5        FC004        15663          24713          15663 
    6        FC005        15663          42206          15663 
    7        FC006        15663          33603          15663 
  
 Done 
  
J07301
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VERIFY                                                                   J073 
                     FMGR CARTRIDGE VERIFICATION PROGRAM
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: VERIFY 
    Title....................: FMGR cartridge verification program. 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File.
                             : 01. 'VERIF - Submission file.
                             : 02. &VERIF - FTN7X Source. 
                             : 03. #VERIF - LINK command file.
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM, RTE-A
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. Directory 
                             : 2. Reports 
                             : 3. Data Mgmt 
                             : 4. Status
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: John L. Anderson Jr. 
               Company.......: U. S. Naval Station
               Street........: WQEC Code 331
               City..........: Seal Beach 
               State.........: CA.
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 90740
               Phone Number..: (213) 594-7351 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
 This program verifies FMGR cartridges checking for any errors in 
 directories and files. Statistics on the file space used is given
 along with other directory information. The space used by each file
 is compared with the directory label making sure there are no errors.
 Also the first record of each file is read making sure the directory 
 points to valid information. The FSTAT call may need to be changed 
 for RTE-A. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
J07401
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VIEW                                                                     J074 
                         VIEWSCREEN HANDLING PROGRAM
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 Contribution Name...........: VIEW 
    Title....................: Viewscreen Handling Program
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'VIEW  - Submission file 
                             : 02. *VIEW  - Compile command file for VIEW 
                             : 03. #VIEW  - Link command file 
                             : 04. "VIEW  - View help file (ASCII)
                             : 05. &VIEW  - Source code 
                             : 06. %VIEW  - Compiled code 
                             : 07. *VLIB  - Compile command file for $VLIB
                             : 08. &VLIB  - Source code for $VLIB 
                             : 09. $VLIB  - VIEW interface library
                             : 10. *RR    - Compile command file for R
                             : 11. #R     - Link command file 
                             : 12. "R     - R help file (ASCII) 
                             : 13. &R     - Source code 
                             : 14. %R     - Compiled code 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM, RTE-4B 
    Language(s)..............: Pascal 
    Keywords.................: 1. Documentation 
                             : 2. Help
                             : 3. Terminal
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: David J. DeLisle 
               Company.......: N.S.W.S.E.S. (U.S. NAVY) 
               Street........:
               City..........:
               State.........:
               Country.......:
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..:
 Program Abstract............:
   VIEW is a program which handles viewscreens. Each line of the viewscreen 
 may have several hundred characters in it. VIEW will read the image of a 
 viewscreen from the terminal screen into a "type 25" file. If a viewscreen 
 file has records longer than 256 characters, the system commands (such as
 ST) would truncate the lines, so VIEW has several commands to manipulate the 
 type 25 files (ie COPY, MOVE, DISPLAY, SAVE). VIEW can also READ from the
 unprotected fields of a viewscreen into a disc file in a format which is 
 easily read by other programs, or read fields from a disc file to fill the 
 unprotected fields of a viewscreen. When VIEW reads unprotected fields, it 
 will convert illegal characters (ie escape characters) into blanks and 
 flag the problem in the disc file. VIEW will also sense input and report 
 if the ENTER key was pressed, or which of the eight function keys was pres-
 sed, or if a read timeout occurred (set with an EXEC(3,22B,<centiseconds>)). 
 The library $VLIB and the pascal library must be searched (in that order)
 to make calls from your programs which schedule VIEW and use it's commands.
 The program, R, is a version of the UNIX "MORE" program which works well 
 with help files such as "VIEW as online utility documentation. R simply
 reads from a disc file a page at a time until the end of file has been 
 reached or you press an 'N' or an 'n' at the end of a page.
   VIEW will work well for database transaction programs, but is slow because 
 the subroutines in $VLIB all schedule VIEW and communicate through disc
 files. You could simply merge portions of &VIEW into your programs and do
 some minor modifications if you need the additional speed. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:  "VIEW, "R, &VIEW
  
J07501
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CS80                                                                     J075 
                             TRACK MAP DVT TABLE
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 Contribution Name...........:    CS80
    Title....................:    Track map DVT table 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'CS80    Submission file 
                             : 02. &CS80    Source
                             : 03. %CS80    Relocatable 
    Operating System.........:    RTE-IVB,RTE-VIB,RTE-A,??
    Language(s)..............:    FTN4,FTN4X,FTN7X,FTN77
    Keywords.................: 1. System Tables 
                             : 2. disc
                             : 3. generation
    External Support Req'd...:    None
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:    Paul Abell
               Company.......:    General Telephone 
               Street........:    3007 Roxboro Rd.
                             :
               City..........:    Durham
               State.........:    North Carolina
               Country.......:    USA 
               Zip Code......:    27704 
               Phone Number..:    919-471-5825
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
      This program will evenly divide a track map for a CS80 disk 
drive and print a list of the required DVT entries which can be 
modified to suit your particular RTE-A generation needs. It can also
divide the track map to suit your own personal layout, it does not
have to be evenly divided. You can also specify how many lu's you wish
to have on the drive. 
  
  
 Additional Documentation....:
      It does not take in to account the cartridge tape drive associated
with some drives. It also assumes a 96 sector/track configuration. The
program is very simple and can be easily modified to suit your particular 
needs. Output can be to any device, controlled by the run line parameters.
If you wish to output the information to a disk file, you can use this
approach: 
         Use LU redirection, on an RTE-A system it might look 
         something like this: 
                             CI> SP 
                              RTE A.2  Spooling System
                              Type ? for help 
                              -ON,6,#CS80 
                              -EX 
                             CI> CS80,,6
                               ------------ 
                               ------------ 
                               data prints out
                               ------------ 
                               ------------ 
                             CI> SP 
                              RTE A.2  Spooling System
                              Type ? for help 
                              -OF,6 
                              -EX 
                             CI>
  
                     On RTE-IVB or VIVM you might use something like
                     this:
                          :LL,6,!CS80 
                          :CS80,,6
                           -----------------
                           -----------------
                            data prints out 
                           -----------------
                           -----------------
  
                          :LL,1 
                          : 
J07601
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TRBL                                                                     J076 
                        HELP FILE FOR SPECIFIC TOPICS 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........:    TRBL
    Title....................:    Help file for specific topics 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'TRBL  Submission file 
                             : 02. &TRBL     Source 
                             : 03. %TRBL     Relocatable
                             : 04. TRBFIL    Data file
    Operating System.........:    RTE-IVB,RTE-VIB,RTE-A,??
    Language(s)..............:    FTN4,FTN4X,FTN7X,FTN77
    Keywords.................: 1. Documentation 
                             : 2. Help
    External Support Req'd...:    FMP subroutines, if not available 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:    Paul Abell
               Company.......:    General Telephone 
               Street........:    3007 Roxboro Rd.
                             :
               City..........:    Durham
               State.........:    North Carolina
               Country.......:    USA 
               Zip Code......:    27704 
               Phone Number..:    919-471-5825
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
      This program will list out information of any form by typing
in a two (2) character topic name from the printed list. It was 
designed to aid dial up users or any user of the computer system when 
they encountered trouble with the system or an unusual ouput from a 
program that was not expected. When this occurs they type in TRBL 
from the file manager and it will give them a list of trouble topics
to choose from. They type in a topic name and it will list out what 
ever is in the file under that topic. This method is used in the A
system for help and error reporting. It is becoming very popular. 
  
  
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
      This program uses file manager routines to access and list
out a type four (4) file. It uses the FMGR routine APOSN to simulate
type two (2) file access. This gives very fast response from a very 
large sequential file. The program also simulates the FMPLISTPROGRAM
approach of the RTE-A system, as does CI>. It will list out a crt 
screens worth of information and then stop, waiting for one character to
be typed from the terminal. The character typed determines which further
action to be taken. The program has a help function of two (2) question 
marks (??) which will print out the directory. Whenever new or more 
information is added, the program will update itself with new record
pointers. Adding information or topics is documented in the data file.
The data file name is TRBFIL with a security code of TF. This allows
anyone to read the file, but only the manager to add or delete data,
while allowing it to be on a cartridge accessable to any user.
  
  
  
J07701
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WHO                                                                      J077 
                        WHO'S ON LINE ON WHAT NUMBER
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........:  WHO 
    Title....................: Who's on line on what number 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'WHO   Submission File 
                             : 02. &WHO       Source
                             : 03. %WHO       Relocatable 
    Operating System.........: RTE-A VC+
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X,FTN4X,FTN4 
    Keywords.................: 1. Modem 
                             : 2. Accounting
    External Support Req'd...: VC+ on RTE-A 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Paul Abell 
               Company.......: General Telephone
               Street........: 3007 Roxboro Rd. 
                             :
               City..........: Durham 
               State.........: North Carolina 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 27704
               Phone Number..: 919-471-5825 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
      This program will print out the active users on the system, 
the LU they dialed in on, or were on and the telephone number they
attached to when they signed on.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
      The system entry point for the user ID table is obtained from 
the system generation output list file. Locate variable $USIDA and
put this octal number in the program in place of the one that is
there if it is different. The table called SESSION contains session 
numbers of legal LU's for your system. If you have more than 25 LU's
in your system, increase the table size or decrease it as the case
may be. Change the description of the phone number or terminal in 
array NUMBER to match your phone numbers or terminal configurations.
  
  
J07801
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
IBITS                                                                    J078 
                     BIT VECTOR MANIPULATION SUBROUTINE 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........:    IBITS 
    Title....................:    Bit Vector Manipulation Subroutine
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'IBITS Submission File 
                             : 02. &IBITS 
    Operating System.........:    RTE 
    Language(s)..............:    ASMB
    Keywords.................: 1. BIT 
                             : 2. ARRAY 
    External Support Req'd...:    EAU 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:    David Ratti 
               Company.......:    Continental Testing Laboratories
               Street........:    763 US HiWay 17-92
               City..........:    Fern Park 
               State.........:    Florida 
               Country.......:    USA 
               Zip Code......:    32730 
               Phone Number..:    (305) 831-2700
               Telex.........:    810-853-0252
 Program Abstract............:    A subroutine to allow manipulation of 
                                  individual bits in an integer array.
 Additional Documentation....:    In source file. 
  
  
  
J07901
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
DCODE                                                                    J079 
                         DECODE RELOCATABLE RECORDS 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: DCODE
    Title....................: Decode relocatable records 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'DCODE - Submission File 
                             : 02. &DCODE - Source File 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM 
    Language(s)..............: Assembler
    Keywords.................: 1. Inverse 
                             : 2. Relocatable 
    External Support Req'd...: .ENTR
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Robert Meldrum 
               Company.......: Telesat Canada 
               Street........: 333 River Road 
               City..........: Ottawa 
               State.........: Ontario
               Country.......: CANADA 
               Zip Code......: K1N 8A9
               Phone Number..: 613-234-7612 
               Telex.........: 053-4184 
 Program Abstract............: With the introduction of RTE-6/VM, the 
 relocatable record format changed.  Many programs such as RELIA and
 MXREF no longer worked as a result.
 This subroutine was written to provide easy interfaces to both old 
 and new relocatable records. 
 (RELIA has been rewritten to use it but was not fully debugged in time 
 for donation to the swap tape.)
 Additional Documentation....: Full documentation accompanies each
                               subroutine.
  
J08001
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
DCIEC                                                                    J080 
               INPUT ROUTINES W/ERROR CHECKING FOR THE HP1000 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........:  DCIEC 
    Title....................: Input Routines w/error checking for the HP1000.
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'DCIEC - Submission file 
                             : 02. <DCIEC - Documentation file. 
                             : 03. &LBIEC - Source Code 
                             : 04. %LBIEC - Relocatable code
                             : 05. *LBIEC - Transfer file 
    Operating System.........: RTE-IVB/6VM
    Language(s)..............: FTN4X
    Keywords.................: 1. Error 
                             : 2. INPUT 
                             : 3. INTERACTIVE 
    External Support Req'd...: none 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Scott Hill 
               Company.......: Pittsburgh-Des Moines Corporation
               Street........: 1015 Tuttle Street / P. O. Box 1596
               City..........: Des Moines 
               State.........: Iowa 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 50306
               Phone Number..: 515-244-6000 ext. 235
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
       These subroutines have been used at PDM for about two years and have 
 eased the programming workload somewhat.  Their primary goal is to provide 
 a method of obtaining information from the user, and then assure that that 
 information is valid for the specific use  (ie. within specified range). 
  
 Additional Documentation....:
       See submission <DCIEC for additional information.
  
 NOTE ON DISCS: 
       The transfer file *LBIEC expects to have all files on cartridge 55.
 Use the editor to change this to fit your system.  Also, *LBIEC will put 
 the indexed file \LBIEC on cartridge 22.  You may have to change this also.
  
J08101
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
LISP                                                                     J081 
                              LISP INTERPRETER
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........:  LISP
    Title....................:  LISP INTERPRETER
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'LISP  Submission File 
                             : 02. &LISP
                             : 03. %LISP
                             : 04. "LISP
    Operating System.........:
    Language(s)..............: PASCAL 
    Keywords.................: 1. Interpreter 
                             : 2. Language
                             : 3. AI
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Michael A. Moran 
               Company.......:
               Street........: 1065 Greco Ave. #A103
                             :
               City..........: Sunnyvale
               State.........: CA 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 94087
               Phone Number..: 408-737-9177 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
This LISP interpreter is written in standard PASCAL modified slightly for 
the HP1000.  It is approximately MACLISP in dialect except for function 
definition. Also APPLY doesn't work correctly.  There are no arrays.  All 
numbers are real.  Any additions made should be sent to me so I can spread
them around.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
J08201
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ENMAP                                                                    J082 
                         ENTRY POINT MAPPING UTILITY
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........:  ENMAP 
    Title....................: Entry Point Mapping Utility
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'ENMAP Submission file 
                             : 02. &ENMAP 
                             : 03. *ENMAP 
                             : 04. &MAPUT 
    Operating System.........: RTE-4B, RTE-6/VM 
    Language(s)..............:  FTN4X 
    Keywords.................: 1.  Relocatable
                             : 2.  Entry Points 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:       H. Anderson McKellar 
               Company.......:         MCI Telecommunications 
               Street........:         906 N. Bowser
               City..........:         Richardson 
               State.........:         Texas
               Country.......:         USA
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..:         214/234-3291 
               Telex.........:
  
 Program Abstract............:
  
      Program to create a directory of entry points in one or more
   relocateable files.  Input file may be either relocateable or a
   list of relocateables; output may be directed to either a device 
   or a disc file.  Reads RTE-6 extended-record (16-character label)
   files as well as the old format (5-character label) files.  To 
   run from FMGR, proper form is
  
         :RU,ENMAP,<input file>,<optional output namr>
  
   The input file must be type 3, 4, or 5.  The default output namr 
   is the scheduling device.  If the parameters are omitted, a line 
   is printed reminding the user of the proper run string format. 
  
 Additional Documentation.......:      NONE 
  
J08301
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
EXMAP                                                                    J083 
                     EXTERNAL REFERENCE  MAPPING UTILITY
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........:  EXMAP 
    Title....................: External Reference  Mapping Utility
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'EXMAP Submission file 
                             : 02. &EXMAP 
                             : 03. *EXMAP 
                             : 04. &MAPUX  Same as &MAPUT in &ENMAP 
    Operating System.........: RTE-4B, RTE-6/VM 
    Language(s)..............:  FTN4X 
    Keywords.................: 1.  Relocatable
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:       H. Anderson McKellar 
               Company.......:       MCI Telecommunications 
               Street........:       906 N. Bowser
               City..........:       Richardson 
               State.........:       Texas
               Country.......:       USA
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..:       214/234-3291 
               Telex.........:
  
 Program Abstract............:
  
      Program to create a directory of entry points in one or more
   relocateable files.  Input file may be either relocateable or a
   list of relocateables; output may be directed to either a device 
   or a disc file.  Reads RTE-6 extended-record (16-character label)
   files as well as the old format (5-character label) files.  To 
   run from FMGR, proper form is
  
         :RU,ENMAP,<input file>,<optional output namr>
  
   The input file must be type 3, 4, or 5.  The default output namr 
   is the scheduling device.  If the parameters are omitted, a line 
   is printed reminding the user of the proper run string format. 
  
 Additional Documentation......:      NONE
  
  
J08401
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
DSTAT                                                                    J084 
                             DISC STATUS REPORT 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........:  DSTAT 
    Title....................:  Disc Status Report
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'DSTAT        - SUBMISSION FILE
                             : 02. &DSTAT 
    Operating System.........:  RTE-4B, RTE-6/VM
    Language(s)..............:  FTN77 
    Keywords.................: 1.  Disc 
                             : 2.  Data Mgmt
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
Contributor's Name...............:   Denny Allain 
             Company.............:   MCI Telecommunications 
             Street..............:   906 N. Bowser Road 
             City................:   Richardson 
             State/Country.......:   Texas  USA   75081 
             Phone Number........:   (214) 234-3291 
             Telex...............:   NA 
  
Program Abstract.................:   DSTAT provides a display that gives
                                     the user the capacities of a given 
                                     disc LU and the current utilization
                                     in number of files, blocks, and
                                     percentage of total available
  
Additional Documentation             None 
  
J08501
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
DE                                                                       J085 
                             DIRECTORY END LIST 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........:  DE
    Title....................:  Directory End List
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'DE    Submission file 
                             : 02. &DE
    Operating System.........:  RTE-4B, RTE-6VM 
    Language(s)..............:  Fortran 
    Keywords.................: 1. Disc
                             : 2. Directory 
    External Support Req'd...: NONE 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:  Originally printed in Communicator
  
 Contributor's Name..........:  Denny Allain
               Company.......:  MCI Telecommunications
               Street........:  906 N. Bowser Road
               City..........:  Richardson
               State.........:  Texas 
               Country.......:  USA 
               Zip Code......:  75081 
               Phone Number..:  (214) 234-3291
               Telex.........:  NA
  
 Program Abstract............:  provides the last n (default = 20)
                                     entries in a given disc directory
                                     (maximum n = 40).
  
 Additional Documentation....: None 
  
  
J08601
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IDCHK                                                                    J086 
                             ID SEGMENT CHECKER 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: IDCHK
    Title....................: ID Segment Checker 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'IDCHK Submission File 
                             : 02. &IDCHK 
    Operating System.........: RTE-4B, RTE-6VM
    Language(s)..............: Fortran
    Keywords.................: 1. System
                             : 2. ID Segments 
    External Support Req'd...: None 
    If Re-submission, Reason.: NA 
 Contributor's Name..........: Denny Allain 
               Company.......: MCI Telecommunications 
               Street........: 906 N. Bowser Road 
               City..........: Richardson 
               State.........: Texas
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 75081
               Phone Number..: (214) 234-3291 
              Telex .........: NA 
 Program Abstract............:IDCHK reveals what programs are using 
                              the long and short ID segments how
                              many are unused and a disc summary
                              that includes all mounted discs, giving 
                              LU#, crn, next track, total # of tracks.
 Additional Documentation....:  None
  
J08701
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QXREF                                                                    J087 
                      RELOCATABLE-FILE CROSS-REFERENCER 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: QXREF
    Title....................: Relocatable-File Cross-Referencer
    File Names...............: 00. Submission transfer file 
                             : 01. 'QXREF Submission file 
                             : 02. &QXREF Enhanced Ftn7x source 
                             : 03. &QXREO Original Ftn7x source 
                             : 04. QXDIFF Scom's comparison of the two
                             : 05. %QXREF New-style Relocatable 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6, A (IVB and others, probably)
    Language(s)..............: Ftn7x
    Keywords.................: 1. Relocatable 
                             : 2. Cross-Reference 
    External Support Req'd...: Load with $FNEWF to add CI-file capability.
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Bill Gibbons/Don Pottenger 
               Company.......: Mirkheim Systems/Hewlett-Packard Co. 
               Street........:
                             :
               City..........:
               State.........:
               Country.......:
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..:
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............: This program reads relocatable files 
 (old-style or new-style "extended" relocatables, or mixed) and prints out
 information about the modules found in them.  QXREF tells which module calls 
 which module, which file each module is found in, and more.  This program
 greatly eases the pain of maintaining a large program, libraries, or any 
 large programming project.  The code is a sparkling example of how to manage 
 freespace from Ftn7x, and also demonstrates a non-trivial use of the Ftn7x 
 ENTRY statement. 
  
 Additional Documentation....: Run QXREF without any parameters to see a
 sample runstring.  Load it LB or EB and size it up as far as you can go. 
  
 Bill Gibbons of Mirkheim Systems wrote the original QXREF.  Don Pottenger
 of HP modified it to allow hierarchical file names and implemented a bug fix 
 that Bill had mentioned.  Both files are presented in their entirety, with 
 SCOM's opinion of their differences stored in QXDIFF.
  
 Here's a heavily-edited sample of QXREF output on %QXREF:
  
 QXREF object code cross-reference    Mon Sep 10, 1984   6:25 pm
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
 >>> File: %QXREF::X
  
   QXREF,4,90          24999-16407 REV.2434 840820
                       prog: 5395 
                       lcom: WIDTH/1 OUTPUT/32 INPUT/1 RECORD/128 NAME/9
                             FREE/3 
                       ents: QXREF .NFOP .NFCL .NFIN .NFCN .DNOP .DNCL .DNIN
                             .DNCN .DSOP .DSCL .DSIN .DSCN
                       exts: .DAD .EIO. .IIO. .FIO. .DTA. .CPM .F6ST .SIO.
                             .LBT .SBT .IBTE .IBST .MBT EJECT FLUSH OUT 
                             FETCH_NAME INIT_OUT BREAK_CHECK SCAN INIT_SCAN 
                             TACK UPPERCASE ALLOCATE SEARCH GET_NAME TAB
                             LOGLU
  
   BREAK_CHECK,7       24999-16407 REV.2220 820518
                       prog: 24 
                       ents: BREAK_CHECK
                       exts: .F6ST .EXIT IFBRK
  
                                (cont)
\bp 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
QXREF                                                                    J087 
\ce  RELOCATABLE-FILE CROSS-REFERENCER (cont) 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
   INIT_OUT,7          24999-16407 REV.2220 820518
                       prog: 372
                       lcom: WIDTH/1
                       ents: INIT_OUT OUT TAB FLUSH 
                       exts: .EIO. .DTA. .ENTR .CPM .SIO. .EXIT .SBST .SCO
                             .SST 
  
   EJECT,7             24999-16407 REV.2220 820518
                       prog: 49 
 *** Labelled common size mismatch: OUTPUT
                       lcom: OUTPUT/15
                       ents: EJECT
                       exts: .EIO. .DTA. .EXIT .SCO 
  
 ***************************************************************************
 Size totals:   prog: 7614
 ***************************************************************************
  
  
 Module         Level  Referenced by
 ------         -----  -------------
 /HASH/            3   SEARCH INIT_SCAN 
 ALLOCATE          3   QXREF SEARCH 
 INIT_OUT          3   QXREF TACK 
 INIT_SCAN         2   QXREF
 NEWREC            2   QXREF
 QXREF             1
 READ              2   QXREF
  
  
 Entry            Defined in       Referenced by
 -----            ----------       -------------
 .DNCL            QXREF 
 ALLOCATE         ALLOCATE         QXREF SEARCH 
 BREAK_CHECK      BREAK_CHECK      QXREF
 FETCH_NAME       FETCH_NAME       QXREF
 OUT              INIT_OUT         QXREF TACK 
 QXREF            QXREF 
 TIME             TIME             QXREF
 UPPERCASE        UPPERCASE        QXREF
  
  
 Common block     Defined in       Referenced by
 ------------     ----------       -------------
 FREE                              ALLOCATE INIT_SCAN SEARCH FETCH_NAME INIT
                                   QXREF
 HASH             /HASH/           SEARCH INIT_SCAN 
 INPUT                             READ QXREF 
 NAME                              SEARCH FETCH_NAME GET_NAME QXREF 
 OUTPUT                            EJECT QXREF
  
  
 Undef External   Referenced by 
 --------------   ------------- 
 .BIO.            READ
 .CBT             SEARCH
 .EIO.            TIME EJECT INIT_OUT TACK QXREF
 .ENTR            TIME INIT_OUT ALLOCATE INIT_SCAN SEARCH NEWREC TACK 
                  UPPERCASE FETCH_NAME GET_NAME READ
 .EXIT            TIME EJECT INIT_OUT ALLOCATE TACK UPPERCASE GET_NAME READ 
                  BREAK_CHECK QXREF 
 .F6ST            ALLOCATE GET_NAME READ BREAK_CHECK QXREF
 .FFRW            QXREF 
 .FIO.            QXREF 
 .FIOI            QXREF 
 .IAY.            READ
 .IBST            QXREF 
 .IBTE            QXREF 
 MOD              TIME
 RCPAR            QXREF 
  
  16 modules,  31 entries,  7 common blocks,  40 undefined externals. 
  1 warnings. 
  
  
  
  
J08801
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SC                                                                       J088 
                         MAC/ICD SUBCHANNEL MODIFIER
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: SC 
    Title....................: MAC/ICD SubChannel modifier
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'SC     Submission file
                             : 02. &SC
                             : 03. &IOPSY 
                             : 04. &WRT 
                             : 05. &TATMP 
                             : 06. "SC4 
                             : 07. "SC6 
                             : 08. "PAPER 
    Operating System.........: RTE-IVB, 6/VM
    Language(s)..............: FTN4X, FTN7X (66 rules)
    Keywords.................: 1.  DISC 
                             : 2.  SYSTEM TABLES
                             : 3.  MODIFY 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Dan Felman 
               Company.......: HP/Rockville 
               Street .......:
               City .........: Rockville
               State/Country.: Maryland 
               Phone Number..:
Program Abstract.............:
  
      As RTE users needs change, so is often the need to modify 
allocation of disc space. Often, it arises from the need to read
someone else's disc pack, or maybe simply to increase a cartridge's 
size, or to fix a gen problem.
  
      If you already went through the pains associated with this
task, you probably did one of three things; 1, you returned the 
disc pack with your utmost regards; 2, you regenned your system 
with a new Track Map Table ( TMT ) to accomodate the new configuration; 
or 3, you got a hold of CMM4 or 6 from your friendly SE ( sic, this 
could never happen !! ) and patched  ( and prayed for ) the current 
TMT to look the the way you want it.
  
      Since I and other SEs went through that more than once, 
I decided that a program was needed to do the dirty work for us.
The program I created runs on both RTE-IVB and RTE-6/VM and should
help both the sophisticated user as well as the just-initiated
in the RTE world. 
  
  
Additional Documentation ................:
  
      Search %TATMP provided only when loading under RTE-IVB. The 
RTE-6 system provides that subroutine, and is used by the program.
  
J08901
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GRPHX                                                                    J089 
               INTERACTIVE 3-DIMENSIONAL GRAPHICS PART 1 OF 2 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: GRPHX
    Title....................: Interactive 3-dimensional Graphics part 1 of 2 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'GRPHX  Submission file (also 'GRPHY)
                             : 02. *GRPHX 
                             : 03. *SP
                             : 04. "A.GRP 
                             : 05.  $*GRPH
                             : 06.  $ttyp 
                             : 07.  &A.GRP  -FTN7X MAIN SOURCE
                             : 08.  ***GRP  -TRANSFER FILE MERGE/SGMTR/MLLDR
                             : 09.  **grph  -LIST OF MODULES TO MERGE 
                             : 10.  CMPMNU  -SOFTWARE TEXT COMPOSITOR MENU CFG
                             : 11.  GRPHLP  -HELP SCREEN FILE 
                             : 12.  T.HP23  -SAMPLE CONFIGURATION FILE for the
                             : 13.  &A.REV  -Source 
                             : 14.  #A.REV - Link Command file
                             : 15.  &A.PRI - Source 
                             : 16.  #A.PRI - Link Command File
                             : 17.  "dpl   - dummy place holder 
                             : 18.  &X.BED
                             : 19.  #X.BED
                             : 20.  &BRFIG
                             : 21.  &A.PLF
                             : 22.  #A.PLF
                             : 23.  &X.FNT
                             : 24.  #X.FNT
                             : 25.  &X.SKY
                             : 26.  #X.SKY
                             : 27.  &A.VIW
                             : 28.  #A.VIW
                             : 29.  VIWMNU
                             : 30.  &A.DRA
                             : 31.  CRTDEC - CRT declarations 
                             : 32.  CRTCMN   CRT Common 
                             : 33.  PPOCMN   Polygon model common (for graphic
                             : 34.  TEKCMN   Polygon model common (for graphic
                             : 35.  ***CGL -- Transfer file to merge and index
                             : 36.  **LCGL -- List of modules in library
                             : 37.  %K.RAN -- Library modules ... 
                             : 38.  %V.DAY
                             : 39.  %T.LI3
                             : 40.  %T.LI4
                             : 41.  %V.NET
                             : 42.  %V.SSB
                             : 43.  %V.INC
                             : 44.  %V.TCK
                             : 45.  %T.CIR
                             : 46.  %T.TXT
                             : 47.  %T.LIN
                             : 48.  %T.LIP
                             : 49.  %T.RMO
                             : 50.  %T.BOX
                             : 51.  %T.SKY
                             : 52.  %V.R5M
                             : 53.  %V.D5P
                             : 54.  %V.OPE
                             : 55.  %V.CLO
                             : 56.  %V.RED
                             : 57.  %V.WRT
                             : 58.  %V.WR1
                             : 59.  %V.ADD
                             : 60.  %V.UPD
                             : 61.  %V.ATT
                             : 62.  %V.IN5
                             : 63.  %V.SUT
                             : 64.  %V.HTX
                             : 65.  %V.LTX
                             : 66.  %V.RWR
  
                                 (cont) 
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GRPHX                                                                    J089 
\ce  INTERACTIVE 3-DIMENSIONAL GRAPHICS PART 1 OF 2 (cont)
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                             : 67.  %V.CMP
                             : 68.  %V.SAP
                             : 69.  %V.PSU
                             : 70.  %V.WRD
                             : 71.  %V.FRM
                             : 72.  %V.CMG
                             : 73.  %V.EUD
                             : 74.  %ILOGR
                             : 75.  %RWLOG
                             : 76.  %LSTMP
                             : 77.  %SYTIM
                             : 78.  %V.SDS
                             : 79.  %K.INI
                             : 80.  %K.OPR
                             : 81.  %K.ASK
                             : 82.  %K.PTR
                             : 83.  %K.WRT
                             : 84.  %K.IWR
                             : 85.  %K.LWR
                             : 86.  %K.RCW
                             : 87.  %K.FNC
    Operating System.........: RTE-IV/IVB/6VM 
    Language(s)..............:
    Keywords.................: 1. Graphics
                             : 2. Interactive 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:James Lemon 
               Company.......:COMSAT/WSD
                             :Suite 750 
               Street........:2250 Imperial Highway 
               City..........:El Segundo
               State.........:CA
               Country.......:USA 
               Zip Code......:90245 
               Phone Number..:
 Program Abstract............:  See the Procedings of the 1984 INTEREX
                                Conference at San Jose. 
  
  
J09001
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GRPHX                                                                    J090 
               INTERACTIVE 3-DIMENSIONAL GRAPHICS PART 2 OF 2 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: GRPHX
    Title....................: Interactive 3-dimensional Graphics part 2 of 2 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'GRPHY  Submission file  (see also 'GRPHX) 
                             : 02.  %K.LOD
                             : 03.  %K.REC
                             : 04.  %K.SLN
                             : 05.  %K.BLN
                             : 06.  %K.BL2
                             : 07.  %K.SCR
                             : 08.  %M.BMN
                             : 09.  %P.RCH
                             : 10. %P.WCH 
                             : 11. %P.GET 
                             : 12. %G.WRT 
                             : 13. %CRTNM 
                             : 14. %K.PAK 
                             : 15. %K.FCK 
                             : 16. %K.ICK 
                             : 17. %K.RTJ 
                             : 18. %K.JUS 
                             : 19. %LUINP 
                             : 20. %LEADR 
                             : 21. %FMTIM 
                             : 22. %TMYER 
  
                                (cont)
\bp 
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GRPHX                                                                    J090 
\ce  INTERACTIVE 3-DIMENSIONAL GRAPHICS PART 2 OF 2 (cont)
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                             : 23. %CHFMT 
                             : 24. %ISLEN 
                             : 25. %STRIP 
                             : 26. %IPARS 
                             : 27. %BASCI 
                             : 28. %SSMOV 
                             : 29. %BPLOT 
                             : 30. %PTEXT 
                             : 31. %WCSMM 
                             : 32. %BORDR 
                             : 33. %PLTYP 
                             : 34. %V.GTI 
                             : 35. %A.CLS 
                             : 36. %V.CLS 
                             : 37. %A.SPL 
                             : 38. %V.GOS 
                             : 39. %RPOFI 
                             : 40. %PSTAT 
                             : 41. %TMOUT 
                             : 42. %NOTIM 
                             : 43. %FLUSR 
                             : 44. %FUSER 
                             : 45. %LIS23 
                             : 46. %IHPLU 
                             : 47. %ENACK 
                             : 48. %IBACI 
                             : 49. %LUINF 
                             : 50. %IEQT
                             : 51. %OFFME 
                             : 52. %SCEDT 
                             : 53. %CMDST 
    Operating System.........: RTE-IV/IVB/6VM 
    Language(s)..............:
    Keywords.................: 1. Graphics
                             : 2. Interactive 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:James Lemon 
               Company.......:COMSAT/WSD
                             :Suite 750 
               Street........:2250 Imperial Highway 
               City..........:El Segundo
               State.........:CA
               Country.......:USA 
               Zip Code......:90245 
               Phone Number..:
 Program Abstract............:  See the Procedings of the 1984 INTEREX
                                Conference at San Jose. 
J09101
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M2240                                                                    J091 
                              HP2240 EXERCISER
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 Contribution Name...........: M2240
    Title....................: HP2240 Exerciser 
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'M2240   Submission file
                             :02. &M2240     Source 
                             :03. %M2240     Relocatable
                             :04. "M2240     User Manual
                             :05. #M2240     Compile and Load File
                             :06. *M2240     Loader Transfer File 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6-VM 
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. HPIB
                             : 2. Measurement 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: M.Decreton 
               Company.......: CEN/SCK
               Street........: Boeretang 200
                             :
               City..........: Mol
               Postal Code...: 2400 
               Country.......: Belgium
               Phone Number..:
               Telex.........:
  
 Program Abstract............:
  
M2240 is an exerciser program for the HP2240 Measurement and Control Processor
allowing easy programming of complex tasks, checking of errors and status read. 
By interactive dialogue, the operator can first use it as an instruction
tool getting acquainted with the different commands, and second as an 
aid for the development and debugging of measurement and control
procedures. 
  
 Additional Documentation....: User instructions in "M2240
  
J09201
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POST                                                                     J092 
                             ELECTRONIC MAILBOX 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: POST 
    Title....................: Electronic mailbox 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'POST - Submission File
                             : 02. %POST
                             : 03. &POST
                             : 04. #POST
                             : 05. %INA 
                             : 06. &INA 
                             : 07. %UGLST 
                             : 08. &UGLST 
                             : 09. #UGLST 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6
    Language(s)..............: PASCAL,FTN77 
    Keywords.................: 1. MAIL
                             : 2. MESSAGE 
                             : 3. DATA COMM 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: J. PARENT
               Company.......: National service of metrologie 
               Street........: Schoemakerstraat 97
                             :
               City..........: Delft
               State.........:
               Country.......: Holland
               Zip Code......: 2628 VK
               Phone Number..: 015-569271 
 Program Abstract............:
  
 This program is an electronic mailbox. When you let it run each time 
 you log in , then you have an excellent mailing system.
  
 With UGLST you can list out all the users with their username, userid, 
 groupid and the filename POST will use for the mail. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
  
  
  
J09301
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EXPER                                                                    J093 
                             SMALL EXPERT SYSTEM
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 Contribution Name...........: EXPER
    Title....................: SMALL EXPERT SYSTEM
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'EXPER   Submission file
                             :02. &EXPER     Source 
                             :03. %EXPER     Relocatable
                             :04. "EXPER     User Manual
                             :05. #EXPER     Compile and Load File
                             :06. *EXPER     Loader Transfer File 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6-VM 
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. Expert Systems
                             : 2. AI
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: M.Decreton 
               Company.......: CEN/SCK
               Street........: Boeretang 200
                             :
               City..........: Mol 2400 
               Country.......: Belgium
               Phone Number..:
               Telex.........:
  
 Program Abstract............:
  
EXPER is a small expert system allowing inference calculation 
through a first order knowledge base (set of rules).
It mainly contains a list processor and can perform forward and 
backward searches in a tree structure. Deduction and Verification 
can be asked, starting from a basic known situation.
  
 Additional Documentation....: User instructions in 'EXPER
  
  
J09401
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IPRIS                                                                    J094 
                CALCULATE MOMENT OF INERTIA OF PRISMATIC BEAM 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: IPRIS
    Title....................: Calculate Moment of Inertia of Prismatic Beam
                               matic Beam.
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'IPRIS   Submission file
                             :02. "IPRIS  documentation file
                             :03. &IPRIS  source file 
    Operating System.........: RTE-IVB
    Language(s)..............: FORTRAN IV 
    Keywords.................: 1. Engineering 
                             : 2. Geometry
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: CLAUWAERT Cyriel 
               Company.......: Opzoekingscentrum voor de wegenbouw
               Street........: Woluwedal 42 
                             :
               City..........: 1200 BRUSSELS
               State/Country.: Belgium
               Phone Number..: 02/767.51.11 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............: Program IPRIS is a user-friendly program 
                for the fast calculation of position of neutral axis and
                moment of inertia of a prismatic beam whether or not
                with an inserted (steel) beam.  It offers the possibili-
                ty to enter different moduli for the materials used in
                the section.  F.i. concrete sections in a beam that have
                different ages and consequently different moduli. 
 Additional Documentation....:
  
J09501
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VOICE                                                                    J095 
                SPEECH SYNTHESIS USING HP6942 MULTIPROGRAMMER 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: VOICE
    Title....................: SPEECH SYNTHESIS USING HP6942 MULTIPROGRAMMER
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'VOICE   Submission file
                             :02. &VOICE     Source 
                             :03. %VOICE     Relocatable
                             :04. "VOICE     User Manual
                             :05. #VOICE     Compile and Load File
                             :06. *VOICE     Loader Transfer File 
                             :07. &INHPV     Initialiser for HP6942 
                             :08. %INHPV     Initialiser for HP6942 
                             :09. MWZ        MW instruction for HP6942
                             :10. &XFER      Download subroutine
    Operating System.........: RTE-6-VM 
    Language(s)..............: FTN4X
    Keywords.................: 1. Multi-program 
                             : 2. Speech
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:C.Van Ierschot, H. Marien 
               Company.......:SCK/CEN 
               State.........:Boeretang 200 
               City..........:Mol  2400 
               Country.......:Belgium 
  
 Program Abstract............:
  
VOICE is a speech synthesis program using the HP6942 Multiprogrammer
with one memory card, a pacer card and a D/A converter card.
The speech is produced from individual phonems stored as discrete 
sequential voltages.
  
 Additional Documentation....: User instructions in 'VOICE
  
J09601
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M6942                                                                    J096 
                              HP6942 EXERCISER
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 Contribution Name...........:M6942 
    Title....................:HP6942 Exerciser
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'M6942   Submission file
                             :02. &M6942     Source 
                             :03. %M6942     Relocatable
                             :04. "M6942     User Manual
                             :05. #M6942     Compile and Load File
                             :06. *M6942     Loader Transfer File 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6-VM 
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. Multi-program 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: M.Decreton 
               Company.......: CEN/SCK
               Street........: Boeretang 200
               City..........: Mol 2400 
               Country.......: Belgium
  
 Program Abstract............:
  
M6942 is an exerciser program for the HP6942 Multiprogrammer allowing 
easy programming of complex tasks, checking of errors and status read.
By interactive dialogue, the operator can first use it as an instruction
tool getting acquainted with the different commands, and second as an 
aid for the development and debugging of measurement and control
procedures. 
  
 Additional Documentation....: User instructions in 'M6942
  
J09701
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RJESY                                                                    J097 
              DATA DISTRIBUTION TO/FROM IBM IN A DS ENVIRONMENT 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........:RJESY 
    Title....................:Data distribution to/from IBM in a DS environment 
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'RJESY  Submission file 
                             :02. &RJESY  Source code 
                             :03. &RJECL  Source code 
                             :04. &RJERC  Source code 
                             :05. &RJESP  Source code 
                             :06. &RJEPM  Source code 
                             :07. %RJESY  Relocatable of &RJESY 
                             :08. %RJECL  Relocatable of &RJECL 
                             :09. %RJERC  Relocatable of &RJERC 
                             :10. #RJEHL  Command file for RJE
                             :11. $RJELB  Library 
                             :12. "RJESY  User and installation guide.
    Operating System.........:RTE-IVB/(6VM ?) 
    Language(s)..............:FTN4X 
    Keywords.................: 1. RJE 
                             : 2. IBM 
                             : 3. DS
                             : 4. Data Comm 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:Renaat Grauwels 
               Company.......:University Hospital Gasthuisberg
               Street........:Herestraat 49 
               City..........:Leuven
               Country.......:BELGIUM 
               Zip Code......:3000
               Phone Number..:(016) 215764
 Program Abstract............: This set of programs will send and 
      receive JOB's to and from an IBM computer thru the use of RJE.
      The data to be transmitted or the destination of the data 
      to be received may be anywhere in your DS network.
      The user need not have any knowledge about RJE or DS-1000.
      It will only work in an DS-1000 environment ! 
  
  
  
J09801
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BNOAL                                                                    J098 
                        BRUNO COMPATIBLE PLOT PROGRAM 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: BNOAL
    Title....................: Bruno compatible plot program
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'BNOAL   Submission file
                             :02. &BNOAL   Source 
                             :03. %BNOAL   Relocatable
                             :04. &BNOSB   Subroutines
                             :05. %BNOSB   Relocatable
                             :06. "BNOAL   Description
                             :07. #BNOAL   Compile and load file
                             :08. *BNOAL   loader transfer file 
                             :09. "BNAS1   Bruno figure file # 1
                             :10. "BNAS2   Bruno figure file # 2
    Operating System.........: RTE-6-VM 
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. Graphics
    External Support Req'd...: BRUNO
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: M.Decreton 
               Company.......: CEN/SCK
               Street........: Boeretang 200
                             :
               City..........: Mol 2400 
               Country.......: Belgium
               Phone Number..:
               Telex.........:
  
  
  
 Program Abstract............:
  
  
    BNOAL : plotprogram creating BRUNO compatible 'figure file' 
J09901
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TOOLS                                                                    J099 
                TOOLKIT FOR STANDARD DATA FILE (SDF) HANDLING 
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 Contribution Name...........: TOOLS
    Title....................: Toolkit for standard data file (SDF) handling
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'TOOLS   Submission file
                             :02. 'SDFDC   documentation on SDF 
                             :03. 'PRGDC   documentation on programs
                             :04. 'PLTDC   documentation on plot programs 
                             :05. &INIFL
                             :06. &EXPFL
                             :07. &CYPFL
                             :08. &COMFL
                             :09. &REDFL
                             :10. &LISFL
                             :11. &SKPFL
                             :12. &MODFL
                             :13. &WRDFL
                             :14. &AVRFL
                             :15. &MTPFL
                             :16. &PCPRR
                             :17. &PLCEL
                             :18. &PLSDF
                             :19. &PLTEX
                             :20. &PLMLS
                             :21. &SUBR1
                             :22. PCPRR1
                             :23. PCPRRF
                             :24. COBDAT
                             :25. ITXDAT
                             :26. &SUBR2
    Operating System.........: RTE-6-VM 
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. Tools 
                             : 2. Files 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: M.Decreton 
               Company.......: CEN/SCK
               Street........: Boeretang 200
                             :
               City..........: 2400 Mol 
               State.........:
               Country.......: Belgium
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..:
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  This toolkit allows easy handling of measured data in standard data 
  files (SDF) : file editing, graphical outputs, measurement procedures...
  
J10001
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D2225                                                                    J100 
                       DGL DEVICE HANDLER FOR THINKJET
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: D2225
    Title....................: DGL device handler for ThinkJet
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'D2225 submit file
                             :02. &D2225 programme source 
                             :03. %D2225 programme relocatable
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM maybe 4B and A
    Language(s)..............: MACRO
    Keywords.................: 1. Graphics
                             : 2. Driver
    External Support Req'd...: GRAPHICS 1000 II VERSION 2.0 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Michael Morgan and Wendy Green 
               Company.......: Royal Postgraduate Medical School
               Street........: Du Cane Road 
                             :
               City..........: LONDON 
               State.........:
               Country.......: GREAT BRITAIN
               Zip Code......: W12 0HS
               Phone Number..: 01 743 2030 ext 239
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
          This is the MACRO source code for a DGL device handler for
 Version 2.0 of DGL (does not use RTRAN).    This device handler has
 been copied from  $D0026  (2608a line-printer)   and is technically
 still the copyright of HP.  It can only be used if you already have
 a copy of GRAPHICS-1000 II version 2.0 as $DIDD is required. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
J10101
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WDUP                                                                     J101 
                      GO BACK ONE STEP IN THE DIRECTORY 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: WDUP 
    Title....................: Go back one step in the directory
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'WDUP - Submission File
                             : 02. %WDUP
                             : 03. &WDUP
                             : 04. #WDUP
    Operating System.........: RTE-6(ci), RTE-A 
    Language(s)..............: PASCAL 
    Keywords.................: 1. DIRECTORY 
                             : 2. CI
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: J. PARENT
               Company.......: National service of metrologie 
               Street........: Schoemakerstraat 97
                             :
               City..........: Delft
               State.........:
               Country.......: Holland
               Zip Code......: 2628 VK
               Phone Number..: 015-569271 
 Program Abstract............:
  
 This program let you go one step higher in the directory tree. 
 So you don't have to type in the complete working directory again. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
  
J10201
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EPLOT                                                                    J102 
                        INTERACTIVE PLOTTING PROGRAM
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: EPLOT
    Title....................: Interactive plotting program 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'EPLOT - Submission File 
                             : 02. %EPLOT 
                             : 03. &EPLOT 
                             : 04. #EPLOT 
                             : 05. %EPLTR 
                             : 06. &EPLTR 
                             : 07. #EPLTR 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6, RTE-A 
    Language(s)..............: PASCAL 
    Keywords.................: 1. PLOTTING
                             : 2. GRAPHICS
                             : 3. INTERACTIVE 
    External Support Req'd...: DGL
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: J. PARENT
               Company.......: National service of metrologie 
               Street........: Schoemakerstraat 97
                             :
               City..........: Delft
               State.........:
               Country.......: Holland
               Zip Code......: 2628 VK
               Phone Number..: 015-569271 
 Program Abstract............:
  
 This is an easy interactive plotting program on graphics terminals 
 and with the datafile you can transfer your plot with the EPLTR program
 to a plotter.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
  
J10301
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SCAN                                                                     J103 
                              MEMORY OCCUPATION 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: SCAN 
    Title....................: Memory occupation
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'SCAN - Submission File
                             : 02. %SCAN
                             : 03. &SCAN
                             : 04. #SCAN
    Operating System.........: RTE-6
    Language(s)..............: FTN77
    Keywords.................: 1. SYSTEM
                             : 2. MEMORY
                             : 3. ANALYZER
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.: SCAN now for 44 partitions 
 Contributor's Name..........: J.M. van Dongen
               Company.......: National service of metrologie 
               Street........: Schoemakerstraat 97
                             :
               City..........: Delft
               State.........:
               Country.......: Holland
               Zip Code......: 2628 VK
               Phone Number..: 015-569271 
 Program Abstract............:
  
 This program gives you an overview of the memory occupation and what 
 programs are running on a particular moment. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
  
  
  
J10401
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AGEN                                                                     J104 
                              ELECTRONIC AGENDA 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: AGEN 
    Title....................: Electronic agenda
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'AGEN - Submission File
                             : 02. %AGEN
                             : 03. &AGEN
                             : 04. #AGEN
                             : 05. %MAGEN 
                             : 06. &MAGEN 
                             : 07. #MAGEN 
                             : 08. %SLEEP 
                             : 09. &SLEEP 
                             : 10. RRAGEN 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6, RTE-A 
    Language(s)..............: PASCAL,FTN77 
    Keywords.................: 1. CALENDAR
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: J. PARENT
               Company.......: National service of metrologie 
               Street........: Schoemakerstraat 97
                             :
               City..........: Delft
               State.........:
               Country.......: Holland
               Zip Code......: 2628 VK
               Phone Number..: 015-569271 
 Program Abstract............:
 This program is an electronic agenda on your terminal for a whole year 
 and this source is for 12 users, but it is easy to expand it.
                       Runstring:   RU,AGEN,1,1,6 
 There is also a program to make a file for a new year : MAGEN. 
 And the datafile itself which is called RRAGEN. (The program expects it
 on cartridge DB).
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
J10501
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TREE                                                                     J105 
                           OVERVIEW OF DIRECTORIES
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: TREE 
    Title....................: Overview of directories
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'TREE - Submission File
                             : 02. %TREE
                             : 03. &TREE
                             : 04. #TREE
    Operating System.........: RTE-6(ci), RTE-A 
    Language(s)..............: PASCAL 
   Keywords.................: 1. DIRECTORY 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: J. PARENT
               Company.......: National service of metrologie 
               Street........: Schoemakerstraat 97
                             :
               City..........: Delft
               State.........:
               Country.......: Holland
               Zip Code......: 2628 VK
               Phone Number..: 015-569271 
 Program Abstract............:
 This program gives you an overview of all (sub)directories on your 
 system and/or of an (sub)tree. 
           RU,TREE,{<outlu>},{<filedescriptor>} 
 Additional Documentation....:
  
  
J10601
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DIMPN                                                                    J106 
                         ARRAY INITIALIZING PROGRAM 
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 Contribution Name...........: DIMPN
    Title....................: Array Initializing Program 
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'DIMPN   Submission file
                             :02. &DIMPN  - Source
                             :03. %DIMPN  - Relocatable 
                             :04. &TESTD  - Test file 
                             :05. &PALI   - Parameter list for &TESTD 
    Operating System.........: RTE-M, RTE-4B
    Language(s)..............: FTN4 
    Keywords.................: 1. Array 
                             : 2. Initialize
                             : 3. Pre-processor 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Ignat Stanev 
               Company.......: Telecommunications Research Institute
               Street........: 8, Hajdushka Poliana Str.
               City..........: Sofia
               Country.......: BULGARIA 
               Zip Code......: 1612 
               Phone Number..: 870739 
               Telex.........: 22346 NIIS BG
 Program Abstract............:
  
     DIMPN is a program we use to initialize arrays in FORTRAN programs.
 The array dimensions are written  in the input file as four-character
 ASCII strings. It is assumed that each string begins with letters QZ 
 in order not to mix it with other symbolic names in the program. 
 The ASCII strings (3-th and 4-th characters) and the corresponding actual
 array dimensions are arranged in a parameter list with FORTRAN format
 (2A1,1X,4A1), i.e. the array dimension is up to four digits. DIMP searches 
 each string in the parameter list and exchanges it in the output file
 with the corresponding actual dimension. 
  
     DIMPN asks for the parameter list name (file name), the input
 file name and the output file name. The output file is created by
 DIMPN and is used then as a source file. 
  
     To see how DIMPN operates use the supplied test data. Perform
 the following: 
  
     RU,DIMPN 
     give parameter list name: &PALI
     give input file name: &TESTD 
     give output file name: [name]
  
     Compare all DIMENSION statements in &TESTD with those in [name]. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
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PASCM                                                                    J107 
                     AUTOMATIC COMPILING/EDITING/LINKING
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 Contribution Name...........: PASCM
    Title....................: Automatic compiling/editing/linking
    File Names...............: 00. Rename Transfer File 
                             : 01. 'PASCM - Submission File 
                             : 02. %PASCM 
                             : 03. &PASCM 
                             : 04. #PASCM 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6(ci), RTE-A 
    Language(s)..............: PASCAL 
    Keywords.................: 1. PRE-PROCESSOR 
                             : 2. PASCAL
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: J. PARENT
               Company.......: National service of metrologie 
               Street........: Schoemakerstraat 97
                             :
               City..........: Delft
               State.........:
               Country.......: Holland
               Zip Code......: 2628 VK
               Phone Number..: 015-569271 
 Program Abstract............:
  
 This programs compiles pascal programs, if there is an error it
 automaticily returns to the editor. When there are no errors then
 it automaticily links.(if there is no linkcommandfile it goes
 to the editor and asks you to make one). 
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
  
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PRFTN                                                                    J108 
                         FORTRAN SOURCE PREPROCESSOR
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........:   PRFTN
    Title....................:   FORTRAN SOURCE PREPROCESSOR
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'PRFTN   Submission file
                             :02. &PRFTN
                             :03. %PRFTN
    Operating System.........:   RTE IVB, 6/VM
    Language(s)..............:   PASCAL 
    Keywords.................: 1. FORTRAN 
                             : 2. Pre-processor 
    External Support Req'd...:   NONE 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:   DR.-ING. CHR. SCHMID 
               Company.......:   RUHR-UNIVERSITY BOCHUM 
               Street........:   P.O.BOX 102148 / IC3/141 
               City..........:   D-4630 BOCHUM 1
               Country.......:   F.R. GERMANY 
               Phone Number..:   TEL. (0234) 700-4093 
                             :   Telex 0825860
 Program Abstract............:
   PROCESSING OF ANY SOURCE FILES SUBSTITUTING EXPRESSIONS
   IN '<...>' BY A CONSTANT.
 Additional Documentation....:
   USER INFORMATION IS INCLUDED AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SOURCE FILE.
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UDOCU                                                                    J109 
                       FORMATTED DOCUMENTATION PROGRAM
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: UDOCU
    Title....................: FORMATTED DOCUMENTATION PROGRAM
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'UDOCU - SUBMISSION FILE
                             :02. &UDOCU - SOURCE PROGRAM 
                             :03. %UDOCU - RELOCATABLE FILE 
                             :04. $UDOCU - EDITOR-CREATED DATA FILE 
                             :05. "UDOCU - OUTPUT FILE (UDOCU MANUAL) 
    Operating System.........: RTE-IVB
    Language(s)..............: FORTRAN IV 
    Keywords.................: 1. DOCUMENTATION 
                             : 2. FORMATTING
    External Support Req'd...: NONE 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: DICK JOHNSTON & TERESA OWEN
               Company.......: TRINITY FORGE, INC.
               Street........: 947 TRINITY DRIVE
                             :
               CITY..........: MANSFIELD
               State.........: TX 
               Country.......: USA
               Zip Code......: 76063
               Phone Number..: (817) 477-2697 
               Telex.........: 794820 
 Program Abstract............: THIS PROGRAM USES AN EDITOR-CREATED
    DATA FILE TO PRODUCE FORMATTED DOCUMENTATION.  IN THE SAMPLE
    CASE PROVIDED, FILE '$UDOCU' PRODUCES THE OUTPUT FOUND IN FILE
    'OUTPUT'.  TO OBTAIN FORMATTED DOCUMENTATION ON THE PROGRAM 
     'UDOCU', RUN THE FOLLOWING COMMAND.
               RU,UDOCU,LU,XX,XX,XX,CR
  
  
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FCOM                                                                     J110 
                     ISSUE FMGR COMMANDS FROM A PROGRAM 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: FCOM 
    Title....................: Issue FMGR commands from a program 
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'FCOM    Submission file
                             :02. &FCOM  - FTN4X
    Operating System.........: RTE-IV, RTE-6/VM with FMGR file system 
    Language(s)..............: FTN4X (FTN7X)
    Keywords.................: 1. FMGR
                             : 2. PROCEDURES
    External Support Req'd...: $IVLIB (see contribution J111) 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Inge Vabekk
               Company.......: GECO A/S 
               Street........: P.o.box 330
                             :
               City..........: N-1322 HOEVIK
               State.........:
               Country.......: NORWAY 
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..: 47 / 2 / 477060
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
    FCOM is a program that enables you to issue FMGR commands from
 a program by calling   the routines COMND and CFINI
 from contribution IVLIB. The routines take up very little space in your program. 
 FCOM should be loaded permanently if used. FCOM is intended for
 use with the FMGR file system only.
  
 Additional Documentation....: See the routine COMND in IVLIB.
  
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IVLIB                                                                    J111 
                           GENERAL-PURPOSE LIBRARY
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: IVLIB
    Title....................: General-Purpose Library
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'IVLBR   Submission file
                             :02. &IVLF1 - FTN4x compatible routines
                             :03. &IVLF2 - FTN4x compatible routines
                             :04. &IVLBA - ASMB  compatible routines
                             :05. &IVLB7 - FTN7X routines 
                             :06. &IVLBM - MACRO routines 
                             :07. >DDATA - Include file 
                             :08. !IVLIB - Command file 
                             :09. *IVLIB - Merge commands 
                             :10. 'IVLIB - Documentation (WOLF format)
                             :11. 'IVHED -      " 
                             :12. 'IVIND -      " 
                             :13. 'IVLB7 -      " 
                             :14. 'IVLBA -      " 
                             :15. 'IVLBF -      " 
  
    Operating System.........: RTE-IV, RTE-6/VM.
                               Most routines (but not all) will 
                               work in RTE-A. 
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X, ASMB, MACRO 
    Keywords.................: 1. Library 
    External Support Req'd...: None 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Inge Vabekk
               Company.......: GECO A/S 
               Street........: P.o.box 330
                             :
               City..........: N-1322 HOEVIK
               State.........:
               Country.......: NORWAY 
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..: 47 / 2 / 477060
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
    This library has been collected and developed over several
 years. Some of the routines have been taken from other CSL/1000
 contributions. Using IVLIB may ease programming and give you smaller 
 and more efficient programs. IVLIB is required by some of the other
 programs contributed by me.
    In order to use the routine PROGRAM, program APLDR may be 
 required. If you use DS/1000, use HP's APLDR, otherwise use
 the program contributed with WOLF. 
  
 Additional Documentation....: Use the transfer file !IVLIB 
                               to create the library. 
  
J11201
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NYQUIST PLOT                                                             J112 
                           BASIC PLOTTING ROUTINES
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 Contribution Name...........: Nyquist plot 
    Title....................: BASIC plotting routines
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'BPLOT   Submission file
                             :02. ANV21 Nyquist plot
                             :03. ANV41 Bode plot           are BASIC programs
                             :04. ANV6  Multi Bode plot 
                             :05. ANV10 Statistical plot
                             :06. ALL01 
                             :07. ALL05   are data files for ANV21,ANV41,ANV6 
                             :08. A1108B  is a data file for ANV10
                             :09. &TABLE  is the subroutine table for BASIC 
                             :10. &PLOTU  is a FORTRAN routine
               for graphic initialization from BASIC
                             :11. &DMPLT  is a FORTRAN routine
               for HPIB graphic dump of 2648a graphic screen
                             :12. &ANVSO  is a FORTRAN program
               for Solartron 1250 Frequency  response analyzer
                             :13. &ANVGA  is a FORTRAN program
               for the control of an intelligent data acquisition peripheral
    Operating System.........: basic
    Language(s)..............: BASIC
    Keywords.................: 1. Engineering 
                             : 2. Mathematics 
                             : 3. Plotting
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: CESARE PAGURA
               Company.......: I.P.E.L.P.   CNR 
               Street........: CORSO STATI UNITI 4
               City..........: 35100  PADOVA
               Country.......: ITALY
               Phone Number..:
 Program Abstract............:
  
The BASIC subroutine table generation can give some problems: 
  
DO NOT USE RTETG TRANSFER FILE !!!
  
Execute an interactive loading session like this for %BA00
  
/LOADR: OP,RT 
/LOADR: SZ,19 
/LOADR: RE,%BA00
%BA00 24042 24072 
/LOADR: RE,%DLTBL  see GRAPHIC 1000 manual !
 ...   ...   ...
/LOADR: RE,%PLOTU 
 ...   ...   ...
/LOADR: SEARCH,%GPS   %GPS is the GRAPHIC 1000 library
 ...   ...   ...
  
  
  
etc. etc. 
  
For the segment %BA01-02-03 etc. use the same procedure : 
  
/LOADR: OP,RT 
/LOADR: SZ,19 
/LOADR: RE,%BA0x
  
 Additional Documentation....:
J11301
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VTALK                                                                    J113 
        PROGRAMMATIC INTERFACE FOR HP27201A VOICE SPEECH SYNTHES
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: VTALK
    Title..........: PROGRAMMATIC INTERFACE FOR HP27201A VOICE SPEECH SYNTHESIZER 
    File Names...............: 00. Rename transfer file 
                             : 01. 'VTALK  Submission file
                             : 02. &VTALK  Source code
                             : 03. %VTALK  Relocatable for VTALK
                             : 04. #VTALK  LINK command file for VTALK
                             : 05. &VCHEK  Program to announce down lu's
                             : 06. %VCHEK  Relocatable for VCHEK
                             : 07. #VCHEK  LINK command file for VCHEK
                             : 08. &VSUBS  Source - support library 
                             : 09. $VSUBS  Relocatable - support library
    Operating System.........: RTE-6VM/A
    Language(s)..............: FTN4X & ASMB 
    Keywords.................: 1. Speech
                             : 2. Help
    External Support Req'd...:IMAGE/1000
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:Alan R. Whitney 
               Company.......:MIT Haystack Observatory
               Street........:Off Rt. 40
               City..........:Westford
               State.........:Massachusetts 
               Country.......:USA 
               Zip Code......:01886 
               Phone Number..:(617) 692-4764
 Program Abstract............:
   VTALK is a program interface to the HP27201A Speech Output Module
 and the accompanying HP27203A Speech Library.  The goal of VTALK 
 is to provide a friendly interface to the speech library so that 
 by simply issuing the command
                   :RU,VTALK,<phrase> 
 the synthesizer will speak the specified phrase, so long as words
 within the phrase are within the speech library.  VTALK also intercepts
 positive and negative integers from -999,999,999 to +999,999,999 
 and speaks them in standard format.
   The Hp27201A Speech Output Module is supported by a standard 
 RS-232 Interface and driver (HP 12966 and DVR05 or any Mux card.)
   VCHEK is a demonstration program which scans all system lu's and 
 announces any down lu's.  If a program is waiting on a down lu,
 the name of the program is also stated.  VCHEK includes subroutine 
 SPEAK which is a simple programmitic interface to the synthesizer. 
   The HP27203A Speech Library uses an IMAGE/1000 data base in which
 to store voice information, plus some HP support utility programs for speaking 
 and creating new words.
   We have found the HP27201A speech synthesizer to be very valuable
 when used with the simple programmatic interfaces provided here. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:See notes in files &VTALK and &VCHEK
  
J11401
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TEXED                                                                    J114 
                                 TEXT EDITOR
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: TEXED
    Title....................: Text Editor
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'TEXED   Submission file
                             :02. &TEXED
                             :03. %TEXED
                             :04. #TEXED
                             :05. $TEXED  Library 
                             :06. "TEXED  Documentation 
                             :07. &CAPS 
                             :08. %CAPS 
                             :09. &TXDNF
                             :10. %TXDNF
                             :11. &JCBT 
                             :12. %JCBT 
                             :13. &SFILL
                             :14. %SFILL
                             :15. &SMOVE
                             :16. %SMOVE
                             :17. &SPUT 
                             :18. %SPUT 
                             :19. &SGET 
                             :20. %SGET 
                             :21. &P2680
                             :22. &QSBCM
                             :23. [TXDNF
    Operating System.........:
    Language(s)..............:
    Keywords.................: 1. Text
                             : 2. Editor
                             : 3. Word Processing 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: JOHNSON & HASSELL
               Company.......:
               Street........:
                             :
               City..........:
               State/Country.:
               Phone Number..:
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  TEXED is a program designed to faciltate document preparation 
  by providing a convenient method of formatting unformatted text.
  TEXED performs a variety of document formatting functions.
  These include:
  
          - Margin alignment
          - Indentation 
          - Pagination
          - Chapter, section, and subsection numbering
          - Headings and footings 
          - Table of Contents 
          - Index 
  
  This program is an adaptation 
  of various versions that have been around more than 15 years.  Within HP, 
  the names RUNIT, RUNEM and RUNOF have been used for basically the same
  program.  This version (TEXED) is based on the core program developed by
  Jim Bridges and Bruce Stowell back in 1979. 
Additional Documentation....: 
  
  
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ARF                                                                      J115 
                      TERMINAL EMULATION WITH APPLE IIC 
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 Contribution Name...........:ARF 
    Title....................: TERMINAL EMULATION WITH APPLE IIC
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'ARF         Submission file
                             :02. &ARF  contains all of the following files 
                                  ARF.3.TEXT    PASCAL   SOURCE CODE  (APPLE) 
                                  ARF.4.TEXT    PASCAL   SOURCE CODE  (APPLE) 
                                  ARFASM.TEXT   ASSEMBLY SOURCE CODE  (APPLE) 
                                  ARFASM.2.TEXT ASSEMBLY SOURCE CODE  (APPLE) 
                                  &RCVF         FORTRAN  SOURCE CODE
                                  &SNDF         FORTRAN  SOURCE CODE
                                  &VLMAN        FORTRAN  SOURCE LIBRARY 
                                  &LIBRY        FORTRAN  SOURCE LIBRARY 
                                  &LSBYT        ASSEMBLY SOURCE 
                                  TARFE         EXTENDED DOCUMENTATION FILE 
    Operating System.........: RTE IV B    APPLE  UCSD PASCAL 1.2 
    Language(s)..............: FORTRAN , PASCAL , ASSEMBLY
    Keywords.................: 1. Data Comm 
                             : 2. Terminal
                             : 3. Emulator
                             : 4. Apple 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:DE MOOR MARK
               Company.......:RUCA REKENCENTRUM 
               Street........:GROENENBORGERLAAN , 171 
               City..........:ANTWERPEN 
               Country.......:BELGIUM 
               Zip Code......:2050
               Phone Number..:03 2180320
 Program Abstract............:THIS PACKAGE CONTAINS A SET OF HP-FORTRAN 
   PROCEDURES AND A SET OF APPLE II PASCAL AND ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES. 
   THE APPLE MICRO IS USED AS A TERMINAL AND CAN RECEIVE OR SEND TEXT FILES 
   (TYPE > 2) FROM/TO THE HP-HOST THROUGH AN ASYNCHRONOUS LINE. 
 Additional Documentation....: all files are grouped into file &ARF 
                               and have to be separated before use. 
  
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DIRSIZE                                                                  J116 
                       DIRECTORY CAPACITY INFORMATION 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........:  DIRSIZE 
    Title....................:  Directory capacity information
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. DIRSIZE.SBMT  Submission file 
                             :02.  DIRSIZE.FTN   Source 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to &DIRSI
                             :03. DIRSIZE.REL   relocatable 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to %DIRSI
                             :04. DIRSIZE.LOD   link command file 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to #DIRSI
    Operating System.........:  RTE-A & RTE-6/VM (>C.83)
    Language(s)..............:  FTN7X 
    Keywords.................:  1. CI 
                             :  2. Directory
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:  Seppo Pietikainen 
               Company.......:  HP / Finland
               Street........:
               City..........:
               State.........:
               Country.......:  FINLAND 
  
 Program Abstract............:
  Program DIRSIZE will print some information about a file-directory
  specified in the runstring (optionally subdirectories included).
  
  try 'ru dirsize'
J11701
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FONT & JULIAN                                                            J117 
              SWEDISH-FINNISH AGP FONTS; TIME-RELATED ROUTINES
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 Contribution Name...........: FONT & JULIAN
    Title....................: SWEDISH-FINNISH AGP FONTS; TIME-RELATED ROUTINES 
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. FONT.SBMT    Submission file
                             :02. ATACHERROR.FTN
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &ATAER 
                             :03. ATTACHTOSESSION.FTN 
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &ATASE 
                             :04. CLGOFERROR.FTN
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &CLGOF 
                             :05. CLGONERROR.FTN
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &CLGON 
                             :06. DAYTIME_TO_TEXT.FTN 
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &DAYTI 
                             :07. DFRACT.FTN
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &DFRAC 
                             :08. FRACT.FTN 
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &FRACT 
                             :09. FRJULI.FTN
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &FRJUL 
                             :10. TAKE_TIME.FTN 
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &TAKTI 
                             :11. TOJUL.FTN 
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &TOJUL 
                             :12. TOJULI.FTN
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &TJULI 
                             :13. WEEKDAY.FTN 
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &WEEKD 
                             :14. FONT01.DAT
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to !FONT1 
                             :15. FONT02.DAT
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to !FONT2 
                             :16. FONT03.DAT
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to !FONT3 
                             :17. FONT04.DAT
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to !FONT4 
                             :18. FONT05.DAT
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to !FONT5 
                             :19. FONT06.DAT
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to !FONT6 
    Operating System.........: RTE-A VC+
    Language(s)..............: FORTRAN 77 
    Keywords.................: 1. Font
                             : 2. Time
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Juhani Kyyr| 
               Company.......: IMATRAN VOIMA OY / Central laboratory
               Street........: Viikintie 3
                             :
               City..........: SF-00560 Helsinki
               State.........:
               Country.......: Finland
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..:
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............: AGP font files Swedish/Finnish character set 
                               True Julian Day number (JD) functions
                               & some other subroutines.
                               Subroutines & functions are fully?? documented.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
  
J11801
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E                                                                        J118 
                  EDIT UTILITY WITH CI FILE MASK CAPABILITY 
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 Contribution Name...........: E
    Title....................: EDIT utility with CI file mask capability
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. E.SBMT   Submission file
                             :02. E.FTN - Source
                                     - for FMGR compatib : rn to &E 
                             :03. E.HELP - Help file
                                     - for FMGR compatib : rn to !E 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM, RTE-A with CI file system
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. Editor
                             : 2. Scheduling
    External Support Req'd...: $IVLIB (see contribution J111) 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Inge Vabekk
               Company.......: GECO A/S 
               Street........: P.o.box 330
                             :
               City..........: N-1322 HOEVIK
               State.........:
               Country.......: NORWAY 
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..: 47 / 2 / 477060
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
    This is a program for automatic scheduling of EDIT using the
 CI file masking feature.  Several edits can be done unsing only
 one command. E accepts only type 4 files.
  
 Additional Documentation....: See the heading of the source file 
                               and the E help file. 
  
J11901
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CLINK                                                                    J119 
                              CONDITIONAL LINK
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: CLINK
    Title....................: Conditional LINK 
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. CLINK.SBMT Submission file
                             :02. CLINK.FTN - Source
                                     - for FMGR compatib : rn to &CLINK 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM, RTE-A with CI file system
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. LINK
                             : 2. CI
                             : 3. UTILITY 
    External Support Req'd...: $IVLIB  (see contribution J111)
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Inge Vabekk
               Company.......: GECO A/S 
               Street........: P.o.box 330
                             :
               City..........: N-1322 HOEVIK
               State.........:
               Country.......: NORWAY 
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..: 47 / 2 / 477060
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
    CLINK is used to check if a program file needs relinking. 
 If it does, LINK is scheduled to relink the program. 
    Use is identical to the use of LINK, except that the program
 name must be the first parameter. If a directory is not specified, 
 the default directory PROGRAMS is checked. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
J12001
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DUFI                                                                     J120 
                              DUMP FILE PROGRAM 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: DUFI 
    Title....................: Dump File program
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. DUFI.SBMT Submission file 
                             :02. DUFI.FTN  - Main
                                    for FMGR compatib : rn to &DUFI 
                             :03. DUSUB.FTN - Subroutine
                                    for FMGR compatib : rn to &DUSUB
                             :04. DUFI.LOD  - LINK commands 
                                    for FMGR compatib : rn to #DUFI 
    Operating System.........: RTE-IV, RTE-6/VM, RTE-A
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. Softkeys
                             : 2. Dump
    External Support Req'd...: $IVLIB  (see contribution J111)
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Inge Vabekk
               Company.......: GECO A/S 
               Street........: P.o.box 330
                             :
               City..........: N-1322 HOEVIK
               State.........:
               Country.......: NORWAY 
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..: 47 / 2 / 477060
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
    With DUFI you may programmatically dump files using one 
 subroutine call (DUMPF). The FMP routines are not loaded with
 the program. Specially useful for dumping menues (may be created 
 with FORM), softkey files etc. to the screen.
    The routine DUMPF is part of IVLIB, which is a separate 
 contribution. DUFI works with the CI file system.
 For those who haven't upgraded yet, re-writing should be easy. 
  
 Additional Documentation....: See the routine DUMPF in IVLIB.
  
  
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CPLK                                                                     J121 
                    AUTOMATIC COMPILE AND LINK PROCEDURE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........:   CPLK 
    Title....................:   Automatic Compile and Link procedure 
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. CPLK.SBMT  Submission file
                             :02. CPLK.FTN
                                    for FMGR-CI compatib : rn to &CPLK
    Operating System.........:   RTE-A, RTE-6 
    Language(s)..............:   FORTRAN
    Keywords.................: 1. Link
                             : 2. Procedures
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:   DREZE Richard
               Company.......:   U.C.L. - Laboratoire du Genie Civil
               Street........:   Place du Levant, 1 
               City..........:   B-1348  LOUVAIN-LA-NEUVE 
               Country.......:   Belgium
               Phone Number..:   010/432112 
 Program Abstract............:   CPLK is a system utility easy compile and
                                 link procedure.
 Additional Documentation....:   see source file
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FERR                                                                     J122 
                          FORTRAN ERROR EXPLANATION 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: FERR 
    Title....................: FORTRAN error explanation
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. FERR.SBMT - Submission file 
                             :02. FERR.FTN - Source 
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &FERR
    Operating System.........: RTE-IV, RTE-6/VM 
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. Error 
                             : 2. Help
                             : 3. Debug 
                             : 4. Message 
    External Support Req'd...: $IVLIB (see contribution J111) 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Inge Vabekk
               Company.......: GECO A/S 
               Street........: P.o.box 330
                             :
               City..........: N-1322 HOEVIK
               State.........:
               Country.......: NORWAY 
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..: 47 / 2 / 477060
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
    This is a program which is specially useful during program
 development. If FERR has a permanent ID segment and the routine
 RTERR (from IVLIB) is loaded with a program, then FERR will
 explain any run-time error in clear text. When a 'disastrous'
 error occurs the program allows you the choose whether to continue 
 the program or to abort. 
    FERR is independent of the file system. 
  
 Additional Documentation....: Compile the program and load 
                               permanently with LOADR.
  
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PLIB                                                                     J123 
                     GENERAL PURPOSE LIBRARY MANAGEMENT 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: PLIB 
    Title....................: General Purpose Library management 
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. 'PLIB    Submission file
                             :02. &PLIB : source file 
                             :03. %PLIB : relocatable file
                             :04. "PLIB : documentation file
    Operating System.........: RTE-4 6
    Language(s)..............: FTN7, FTN4 
    Keywords.................: 1. Documentation 
                             : 2. Data Mgmt 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Jean ZEN 
               Company.......: Centre de Recherches Nucleaires
               Street........: 23, rue du Loess 
               City..........: 67037 STRASBOURG CEDEX 
               State/Country.: France 
               Phone Number..: (88) 28 65 84
               Telex.........: 890032 F  CNRS CRO 
 Program Abstract............: PLIB is a general purpose library manage-
               ment program.  It allows to list library's entries along 
               with their comments, to update libraries or to copy selec- 
               tively a library.  PLIB can support up to 1000 entries in
               a library. 
 Additional Documentation....:
  
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LIST                                                                     J124 
                    LIST CI FILES WITH MASKED FILE NAMES
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: LIST 
    Title....................: List CI files with masked file names 
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. LIST.SBMT    Submission file
                             :02. LIST.FTN - Source 
                                    - for FMGR compatib : rn to &LIST 
                             :03. LIST.HELP  - Help file
                                    - for FMGR compatib : rn to 'LIST 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM, RTE-A with CI file system
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. List
                             : 2. CI
    External Support Req'd...: $IVLIB  (see contribution J111)
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Inge Vabekk
               Company.......: GECO A/S 
               Street........: P.o.box 330
                             :
               City..........: N-1322 HOEVIK
               State.........:
               Country.......: NORWAY 
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..: 47 / 2 / 477060
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
      Purpose : 
            To list multiple files with masked filenames. 
  
      Method: 
            The program searches the directories to find source files.
            Files matching the input file name(s) are listed. 
  
      Use:
            To run the program, type: 
  
            LIST,<file masks>,<list LU>,<+Options>
  
            The parameters can be in any order, but only the LAST 
            LU number is used for list. Default LU is 6 (printer).
  
            Options are specified by using a plus (+) sign. 
            More than one option may be combined into one.
  
            Valid options are:
  
            +N   -  List with line numbers
            +I   -  Inhibit headings and page numbering.
  
      Examples: 
            LIST /Inge/Docgn/@    List all sources in /Inge/Docgn 
                                  to LU # 6.
  
            LIST @.MAC            List all MACRO sources in the 
                                  working directory to LU # 6.
  
            LIST net/@ 1          List all sources in the 
                                  directory NET. to LU # 1. 
  
            LIST FILE.FTN +NI     List 'FILE.FTN' with line numbers 
                                  and no headings.
  
  
 Additional Documentation....: Help file LIST 
  
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SEARCH                                                                   J125 
                 FILE SEARCH PROGRAM WITH MASKED FILE NAMES 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: Search 
    Title....................:  FILE SEARCH PROGRAM WITH MASKED FILE NAMES
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. SEARCH.SBMT Submission file 
                             :02. SEARCH.FTN - Source 
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &SEARC 
                             :03. SEARCH     - Help file
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to !SEARC 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM, RTE-A with CI file system
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. Search
                             : 2. Text
    External Support Req'd...: $IVLIB (see contribution J111) 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Inge Vabekk
               Company.......: GECO A/S 
               Street........: P.o.box 330
                             :
               City..........: N-1322 HOEVIK
               State.........:
               Country.......: NORWAY 
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..: 47 / 2 / 477060
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
    This is fast file search program that enables you to find all 
 occurrences of a specified string. Files to be searched are
 specified using masked file names. 
    You can select to have lower case characters shifted before 
 comparing, and to have spaces ignored. Also, the program can 
 be instructed to list all matches to a file. 
    The program will be faster if it's sized up, preferably to 32K. 
  
 Additional Documentation....: See the heading of the source file 
                               and the SEARCH help file.
  
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UPDIR                                                                    J126 
               MOVE UP ONE OR MORE LEVELS IN CI DIRECTORY TREE
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: UPDIR
    Title....................:  MOVE UP ONE OR MORE LEVELS IN CI DIRECTORY TREE 
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. UPDIR.SBMT  Submission file 
                             :02. UPDIR.FTN - Source
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &UPDIR 
                             :03. UPDIR     - Help file 
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to !UPDIR 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM, RTE-A with CI file system
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. Directory 
                             : 2. CI
    External Support Req'd...: $IVLIB  (see contribution J111)
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Inge Vabekk
               Company.......: GECO A/S 
               Street........: P.o.box 330
               City..........: N-1322 HOEVIK
               Country.......: NORWAY 
               Phone Number..: 47 / 2 / 477060
 Program Abstract............:
  
    UPDIR is a utility program to return to the former level
 in the CI directory. More than one level can be specified. 
 UPDIR can also be used to change to another working directory on 
 the same level.
  
 Additional Documentation....: Help file UPDIR. 
  
J12701
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USE_OF_VMAIO.SUB                                                         J127 
                         TREAT VAM/EMA AS DISK FILES
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: USE_OF_VMAIO.SUB 
    Title....................:   TREAT VAM/EMA AS DISK FILES
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. USE_OF_VMAIO.SBMT    submit file
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to SUBMIW
                             :02. USE_OF_VMAIO.TXT    Documentation file
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to "VMAIO
                             :03. USE_OF_VMAIO.FTN    Source file 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to &VMAIO
                             :04. USE_OF_VMAIO.DAT    Data file 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to !VMAIO
    Operating System.........: RTE-A
    Language(s)..............: FORTRAN 77 
    Keywords.................: 1. Files 
                             : 2. EMA/VMA 
    External Support Req'd...: CS 80 disc 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Bengt Thylen  /  Kjell Klasson 
               Company.......: AB Bofors Plast
               Street........: Box 302
               City..........: S-341 00  Ljungby
               Country.......: Sweden 
               Phone Number..: + 46 372 12520 
               Telex.........: 838 5026 
  
 Program Abstract............: The utility VMAIO can be used in a way not 
                              described in the RTE-A programmers reference
                              manual.  If you have large data files residing
                              on CS 80 discs, you can transfer data to or 
                              from EMA/VMA and the disc.  By specifying 
                              track and sector in PRAM3 and PRAM4 you can 
                              address your call to the desired part of the
                              data file.
 Additional Documentation....:
J12801
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WOLF                                                                     J128 
                        WORD ORIENTED LINE FORMATTER
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: WOLF 
    Title....................: Word Oriented Line Formatter 
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. WOLF.SBMT    Submission file
                             :02. "FILEDESCRIPTION.TXT  - description.
                                 for FMGR compatib : rn to "FIDSC 
                             :03. "STARTUP     Startup transfer file
                                  (moves files, compiles/loads programs)
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to "STRTP
                             :04. "WOLF        Norwegian documentation
                             :05. "WOLF0       Norwegian documentation
                             :06. "WOLF1       Norwegian documentation
                             :07. "WOLF2       Norwegian documentation
                             :08. "WOLF3       Norwegian documentation
                             :09. "WOLF4       Norwegian documentation
                             :10. "WOLF5       Norwegian documentation
                             :11. >WOLF        English documentation
                             :12. >WOLF0       English documentation
                             :13. >WOLF1       English documentation
                             :14. >WOLF2       English documentation
                             :15. >WOLF3       English documentation
                             :16. >WOLF4        English documentation 
                             :17. >WOLF5       English documentation
  
                              Help files - to be copied to directory /HELP
                              SEE "FILEDESCRIPTION.TXT
                             :18. ?WOLF        Main HELP file for WOLF
                             :19. ?AN          Command HELP file
                             :20. ?AP                 " 
                             :21. ?AR                 " 
                             :22. ?B                  " 
                             :23. ?BL                 " 
                             :24. ?C                  " 
                             :25. ?CB                 " 
                             :26. ?CP                 " 
                             :27. ?FG                 " 
                             :28. ?FI                 " 
                             :29. ?FR                 " 
                             :30. ?FS                 " 
                             :31. ?FT                 " 
                             :32. ?HP                 " 
                             :33. ?I                  " 
                             :34. ?JR                 " 
                             :35. ?JS                 " 
                             :36. ?LD                 " 
                             :37. ?MR                 " 
                             :38. ?NC                 " 
                             :39. ?NP                 " 
                             :40. ?P                  " 
                             :41. ?PC                 " 
                             :42. ?PE                 " 
                             :43. ?PM                 " 
                             :44. ?PN                 " 
                             :45. ?PO                 " 
                             :46. ?PP                 " 
                             :47. ?PS                 " 
                             :48. ?QP                 " 
                             :49. ?R                  " 
                             :50. ?RN                 " 
                             :51. ?S                  " 
                             :52. ?SF                 " 
                             :53. ?SP                 " 
                             :54. ?T                  " 
                             :55. ?TA                 " 
                             :56. ?TB                 " 
                             :57. ?TC                 " 
                             :58. ?TM                 " 
                             :59. ?TO                 " 
                             :60. ?WP                 " 
  
                              WOLF sources - alphabetically.
  
                             :61. APLDR.FTN     APLDR for RTE-6/VM -
                                   to be loaded permanently 
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &APLDR 
                             :62. CFILE.COM     INCLUDE file for file DCBs
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to ^CFILE 
                             :63. CQUME.COM     INCLUDE file for
                                   printer parameters 
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to ^CQUME 
                             :64. CWOLF.COM     INCLUDE file for
                                   basic WOLF data description
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to ^CWOLF 
                             :65. ERROR.FTN     ERROR description program 
                                   - called by WOLF 
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &ERROR 
                             :66. SP.FTN        SPOOL setup program 
                                   for RTE-6/VM - to be loaded permanently
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &SP
                             :67. WOLF.LOD      WOLF LINK command file
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to #WOLF
                             :68. WOLF1.FTN     WOLF source 1 - FTN7X 
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &WOLF1 
                             :69. WOLF2.FTN     WOLF source 2 - FTN7X 
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &WOLF2 
                             :70. WOLF3.FTN     WOLF source 3 - FTN7X 
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &WOLF3 
                             :71. WOLF4.FTN     WOLF source 4 - FTN7X 
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &WOLF4 
                             :72. WOLF5.MAC     WOLF source 5 - MACRO 
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &WOLF5 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM, RTE-A with CI file system
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X, MACRO 
    Keywords.................: 1. TEXT
                             : 2. WORD PROCESSING 
    External Support Req'd...: None 
    If Re-submission, Reason.: Conversion to CI file system,
                               bugs fixed 
 Contributor's Name..........: Inge Vabekk
               Company.......: GECO A/S 
               Street........: P.o.box 330
                             :
               City..........: N-1322 HOEVIK
               State.........:
               Country.......: NORWAY 
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..: 47 / 2 / 477060
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
    This is an improved version of WOLF, running under the CI file system.
 The speed has been almost doubled compared to the previous version,
 since it no more uses a disc file as scratch area and a CPU-consuming
 subroutine has been rewritten to MACRO.
    Special processing may be done for printers like Qume, Diablo, Wenger.
 WOLF now uses improved underlining for HP and Wenger printers (with
 underline character set), and can set physical margin and variable 
 line distance. Spooling may be set up automatically, and errors
 explained in clear texts (optional). 
    WOLF now supports national character sets. This is done by changing the 
 default control character to '@', and processing characters {,},[,],\,|
 like alphabetics.
    WOLF can now be used with a preprocessing program, since it can receive 
 input text via class I/O.
    Otherwise the program is used as before.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
J12901
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FORM                                                                     J129 
                            MENU EDITING PROGRAM
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 Contribution Name...........: FORM 
    Title....................: Menu editing program 
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. FORM.SBMT  Submission file
                             :02. >FCOMMON   - Include file 
                                     for FMGR compatib : rn to ^FCOMM 
                             :03. FORM.FTN   - Main 
                                     for FMGR compatib : rn to &FORM
                             :04. CKLIN.FTN  - Subroutine 
                                     for FMGR compatib : rn to &CKLIN 
                             :05. CRLF.FTN   -     "
                                     for FMGR compatib : rn to &CRLF
                             :06. CWRIT.FTN  -     "
                                     for FMGR compatib : rn to &CWRIT 
                             :07. DSABL.FTN  -     "
                                     for FMGR compatib : rn to &DSABL 
                             :08. FORTX.FTN  -     "
                                     for FMGR compatib : rn to &FORTX 
                             :09. HOMEC.FTN  -     "
                                     for FMGR compatib : rn to &HOMEC 
                             :10. INPUT.FTN  -     "
                                     for FMGR compatib : rn to &INPUT 
                             : 11. LPR.FTN   -     "
                                     for FMGR compatib : rn to &LPR 
                             : 12. NONBL.FTN -     "
                                     for FMGR compatib : rn to &NONBL 
                             : 13. NOYES.FTN -     "
                                     for FMGR compatib : rn to &NOYES 
                             : 14. OUT.FTN   -     "
                                     for FMGR compatib : rn to &OUT 
                             : 15. OUTC.FTN  -     "
                                     for FMGR compatib : rn to &OUTC
                             : 16. RPOS.FTN  -     "
                                     for FMGR compatib : rn to &RPOS
                             : 17. SOFTK.FTN -     "
                                     for FMGR compatib : rn to &SOFTK 
                             : 18. WPOS.FTN  -     "
                                     for FMGR compatib : rn to &WPOS
                             : 19. FORM.LOD  - LINK command file
                                     for FMGR compatib : rn to #FORM
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM, possibly RTE-A 
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. Interactive 
                             : 2. Help
                             : 3. Display 
    External Support Req'd...: $IVLIB (see contribution J111) 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Inge Vabekk
               Company.......: GECO A/S 
               Street........: P.o.box 330
                             :
               City..........: N-1322 HOEVIK
               State.........:
               Country.......: NORWAY 
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..: 47 / 2 / 477060
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
    FORM is an editing program made for easy construction of
 block-mode menues or screen pictures. FORM builds a menu file
 that can be dumped directly to the terminal. The use of FORM 
 is similar to EDIT/1000. As far as I know any HP terminal can
 be used to construct the menu, since block mode is not used. 
    Optional outputs: A file in printer format for documentation
 and a BLOCK DATA subprogram file which can be compiled directly
 and loaded with a program. 
 FORM uses the CI file system.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
J13001
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LIST                                                                     J130 
                              PRINT TEXT-FILES
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: LIST 
    Title....................: Print text-files 
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. LISTK.SBMT Submission file
                             :02. LISTK.FTN 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to &LISTK
                             :03. PARSE.FTN 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to &PARSE
                             :04. LISTK.LOD 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to #LISTK
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM (rev 2401)
    Language(s)..............: Fortran 77 
    Keywords.................: 1. List
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: KALETTA D., KRUEGER TH.
               Company.......: Kernforschungszentrum Karlsruhe
               Street........: Post-box 3640
                             :
               City..........: D-7500 KARLSRUHE 1 
               State/Country.: West-Germany 
               Phone Number..: 07247/82/4029
               Telex.........: 7826484
 Program Abstract............: LIST is a utility program for printing 
               text files.  It is a helpful tool when operating with the
               command interpreter; the CI language does not include a
               'print' command. 
 Additional Documentation....:
  
  
J13101
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DI                                                                       J131 
              LIST DIRECTORY TREE AND CHANGE WORKING DIRECTORY
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: di 
    Title....................:  LIST DIRECTORY TREE AND CHANGE WORKING DIRECTORY
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. DI.SBMT  Submission file
                             :02. di.ftn
                             :03. DI.TXT
    Operating System.........: rte-a
    Language(s)..............: ftn77
    Keywords.................: 1. Directory 
                             : 2. List
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Domeisen Heinz 
               Company.......: Eidg. Technische Hochschule
                             : Institut fuer Mess- und Regeltechnik 
               City..........: CH - 8092 Zuerich
               Country.......: Switzerland
               Phone Number..: 01/256 2454
 Program Abstract............:
               DI lists the whole directory tree under the current (or
               any chosen) (global) directory and indicates the current 
               working directory. The working directory can then be 
               changed by positioning the cursor in the desired line. 
               Before stopping, DI makes a directory list of the new
               working directory. 
               Auto-linefeed must be off at the terminal. 
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
  
  
  
J13201
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META                                                                     J132 
                  IMAGE-II DECLARATION GENERATOR FOR PASCAL 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: META 
    Title....................: IMAGE-II DECLARATION GENERATOR FOR PASCAL
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. META.SBMT   Submission file 
                             :02. meta.txt
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to "META 
                             :03. meta.lod
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to #META 
                             :04. meta.cmd
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to *META 
                             :05. meta.con
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to *MCON 
                             :06. meta.pas
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to &META 
                             :07. meta_decl.pas 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to &MDECL
                             :08. meta_set.pas
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to &MSET 
                             :09. meta_util.pas 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to &MUTIL
                             :10. meta.run
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to METARU
                             :11. meta_decl.rel 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to %MDECL
                             :12. meta_util.rel 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to %MUTIL
                             :13. meta_output.pas 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to "MOUTP
                             :14. meta_set.rel
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to %MSET 
                             :15. meta.rel
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to %META 
    Operating System.........: RTE A  + VC+  (meta uses CDS)
    Language(s)..............: Pascal II and IMAGE II (A.85)
    Keywords.................: 1. Data Base 
                             : 2. Image 
                             : 3. PASCAL
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Eugen Haegielgian user 
               Company.......: Hewlett-Packard (Schweiz) AG 
               Street........: Allmend 2
                             :
               City..........: 8967 Widen 
               State/Country.: Switzerland
               Phone Number..: 057 31 21 11 
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............: Image/1000 applications written in Pascal
               sometimes tend to have a very large declaration part.
               META uses the DBINF call and produces a standard declara-
               tion module for Pascal.  This module can and should be 
               imported by all DB programs. 
 Additional Documentation....: META.TXT (rn to "META) 
  
J13301
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KEYS                                                                     J133 
                          FUNCTION KEY DEFINITIONS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  
 Contribution Name...........: KEYS 
    Title....................: Function key definitions 
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. KEYS.SBMT   Submission file 
                                   Rename transfer file for FMGR
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to *RNFMG
                                   Rename transfer file for RTE-A 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to *RNRTA
                             : 02. KEYS.FTN   Program source file 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to &KEYS 
                             : 03. KEYS.REL   Relocatable file
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to %KEYS 
                             : 04. KEY2.FTN   Subroutine source file
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to &KEY2 
                             : 05. KEY2.REL   Relocatable file
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to %KEY2 
                             : 06. KEYS.LOD   LINK command file for RTE-A 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to #KEYS 
                             : 07. KEYS.KEYS  Data file: example key def. 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to "KEYS 
                             : 08. SAMP.FTN   Program source file 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to &SAMP 
                             : 09. SAMP.REL   Relocatable file
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to %SAMP 
                             : 10. SAMP.LOD   Link command file for RTE-A 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to #SAMP 
                             : 11. SAMP.KEYS  Data file: example for SAMP 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to "SAMP 
    Operating System.........: RTE-A
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. Softkeys
    External Support Req'd...: None 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Ari Markkula 
               Company.......: Helsinki Univ. of Technology, Inst of Geodesy
               Street........: Otakaari 1 F 
               City..........: 02150 Espoo 15 
               Country.......: Finland
               Phone Number..: (358)-0-460144 
               Telex.........:
  
 Program Abstract............:
  
      This program defines the user definable function keys for HP terminals. 
      All the definitions will be read from a file that you easily can write
      with EDIT/1000. There is no need to use the display function mode for 
      control characters. If the character is an '^' (an Uparrow, ASCII 94),
      the following  character will be interpreted  as a control character. 
      There is also subroutines  for defining only the text label displayed 
      on the screen and for setting and reading the actual string of function 
      keys.  These subroutines are  easy to  use when making a program with 
      many selections.
  
      The included data file sets some commands from the EDIT/1000 to 
      function keys.
  
      Program  and  subroutines  are documented  well.  Read  the data
      file   KEYS.KEYS   for  more information about the function key 
      definitions and the program source  KEYS.FTN  for run parameters
      and file name defaults. 
  
      Runstring:
  
         CI>  KEYS KEYS.KEYS 1
  
                             (cont) 
\bp 
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KEYS                                                                     J133 
\ce  FUNCTION KEY DEFINITIONS (cont)
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      KEYS.KEYS is the data file, from which the definitions are taken
      and 1 defines, that you will set the group number 1 in function.
      Using the default file and group definitions it is possible just
      run the program without any parameters: 
  
         CI>  KEYS
  
  
      The second program example SAMP shows, how these subroutines
      can be used for multilevel selections in programs.
  
      Remark:  Subroutines use the directory structure of RTE-A. Also 
               the second rename transfer file tries to rename files to 
               those with type extensions.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
J13401
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NL                                                                       J134 
                 FILE LISTING WITH LINENUMBERS IN CI-SYSTEM 
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 Contribution Name...........:  NL
    Title....................: File listing with linenumbers in CI-system 
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. NL.SBMT  Submission file
                             :02. NL.FTN    Source
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to &NL 
                             :03. NL.REL    Relocatable 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to %NL 
                             :04. NL.LOD    Link command file 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to #NL 
    Operating System.........: RTE-A & RTE-6/VM (>C.83) 
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. List
    External Support Req'd...:
    if Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Seppo Pietikainen
               Company.......: HP / Finland 
               Street........:
                             :
               City..........:
               State.........:
               Country.......: FINLAND
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..:
               Telex Number..:
 Program Abstract............:
  
  NL works pretty much the same as FMGR LI-command, except it knows 
  hierarchical files also. Default output device = LU6. 
  
  Try ru NL.
  
 Additional Documentation....:
  
J13501
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MED                                                                      J135 
                       EDIT WITH FILE MASK CAPABILITY 
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 Contribution Name...........: MED
    Title....................: EDIT WITH FILE MASK CAPABILITY 
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. MED.SBMT  Submission file 
                             :02. MED.FTN Source
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to &MED 
                             :03. MED.REL Relocatable 
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to %MED 
                             :04. MED.LOD Link command file 
                                   for FMGR compatib : rn to #MED 
    Operating System.........:   RTE-A, RTE-6/VM (>Rev C.83)
    Language(s)..............:   FTN7X
    Keywords.................:  1. editor 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:  Seppo Pietikainen 
               Company.......: HP / Finland 
               Country.......: FINLAND
 Program Abstract............:
  
  MED is just like EDIT, except it will accept a file mask instead of 
  filename in the runstring.
  
  
 Additional Documentation....:NONE
  
  
  
J13601
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DVT                                                                      J136 
                             GET DVT & IFT INFO 
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 Contribution Name...........:  DVT 
    Title....................:  Get DVT & IFT Info
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. DVT.SBMT Submission file
                             :02. DVT.FTN    Main source
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to &DVT
                             :03. DVT.REL    Main Reloc.
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to %DVT
                             :04. GET_DVT.MAC  Data getter source 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to >DVT
                             :05. GET_DVT.REL    -  "  -   reloc. 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to %GTDVT
                             :06. DVT.LOD 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to #DVT
    Operating System.........:  RTE-A 
    Language(s)..............:  FTN7X, MACRO
    Keywords.................: 1. System Tables 
                             : 2. EQT 
    External Support Req'd...:
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........:  Seppo Pietikainen 
               Company.......:  HP / Finland
               Country.......: FINLAND
  
 Program Abstract............:
  
  DVT will get RTE-A io-tables DVT & IFT of a LU specified in the runstring 
  to a file or device specified in the runstring. 
  
  try ru DVT. 
  
 Additional Documentation....: NONE 
  
J13701
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SESSION                                                                  J137 
                           RTE-A SESSION UTILITIES
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 Contribution Name...........:  SESSION 
    Title....................: RTE-A session utilities
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. SESUP.SBMT  Submission file 
                             :02. SESUP.FTN     Session start up pgm source 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to &SESUP
                             :03. SESUP.REL     Corresponding relocatable 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to %SESUP
                             :04. MAIL.FTN      Mail utility source 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to &MAIL 
                             :05. MAIL.REL         -  "  -   reloc. 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to %MAIL 
                             :06. TELL.FTN      Message utility source
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to &TELL 
                             :07. SU.FTN      ? source
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to &SU 
                             :08. TELL.REL         -  "  -   reloc. 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to %TELL 
                             :09. SULIB.FTN     utility library source
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to &SULIB
                             :10. SULIB.LIB        -  "  -   reloc. 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to %SULIB
                             :11. IOABORT.MAC   I/O-abort source
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to &IOABO
                             :12. IOABORT.REL    - " -    reloc.
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to %IOABO
                             :13. SESUP.LOD     SESUP link cmd-file 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to #SESUP
                             :14. MAIL.LOD      MAIL  link cmd-file 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to #MAIL 
                             :15. TELL.LOD      TELL  link cmd-file 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to #TELL 
                             :16. SU.LOD        SU    link cmd-file 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to #SU 
                             :17. SULIB.MERG    SULIB.LIB  cmd-file 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to *SULIB
                             :18. SETUP.CMD     cmd file to link all
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to *SETUP
                             :19. MAIL.HELP     MAIL help-file
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to "MAIL 
                             :20. TELL.HELP     TELL help-file
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to "TELL 
                             :21. SU.HELP       SU   help-file
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to "SUHLP
                             :22. SESSION.READ  Info file 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to "SESSI
                             :23. DISTRIBUTION.LIST Sample distr. list
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to 'DISTR
                             :24. MESSAGES.TXT  Sample start up message 
                                  for FMGR compatib : rn to 'MESSG
    Operating System.........:  RTE-A/VC+ 
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X, MACRO 
    Keywords.................: 1. Mail
                             : 2. Message 
                             : 3. Session 
    External Support Req'd...:
    if Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Seppo Pietikainen
               Company.......: HP / Finland 
               Street........:
                             :
               City..........:
               State.........:
               Country.......: FINLAND
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..:
               Telex Number..:
  
                            (cont)
\bp 
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SESSION                                                                  J137 
\ce  RTE-A SESSION UTILITIES (cont) 
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 Program Abstract............:
  
  SESSION is a set of programs (SESUP, MAIL, TELL, SU) for sending
  mail & messages in RTE-A/VC+ environment. 
  
  SESUP is the startup program, which outputs file /SYSTEM/MESSAGES.TXT 
  to users terminal, when he/she logs on, and tells the user if he/she
  has any mail in directory /MAIL, and finally schedules CI to the user.
  
  MAIL is the interface  by which the user can send mail to other users 
  or receive mail from other users. 
  
  TELL is a program, through which a user can send messages to other
  active users in the system. (It aborts the current I/O-request!)
  
  SU is a program, by which a user can become temporarily a super-user
  if he/she knows MANAGER's password. 
  
 Additional Documentation....: file: SESSION.READ 
  
  
J13801
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C                                                                        J138 
                               COMPILE UTILITY
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 Contribution Name...........: C
    Title....................: Compile utility
    File Names...............:00. Rename Transfer File
                             :01. C.SBMT  Submission file 
                             :02. C.FTN - Source
                                     - for FMGR compatib : rn to &C 
                             :03. COMPL.HELP  - Help file 
                                     - for FMGR compatib : rn to !COMPL 
    Operating System.........: RTE-6/VM, RTE-A with CI file system
    Language(s)..............: FTN7X
    Keywords.................: 1. Compiler
                             : 2. Pre-processor 
    External Support Req'd...: $IVLIB (see contribution J111) 
    If Re-submission, Reason.:
 Contributor's Name..........: Inge Vabekk
               Company.......: GECO A/S 
               Street........: P.o.box 330
                             :
               City..........: N-1322 HOEVIK
               State.........:
               Country.......: NORWAY 
               Zip Code......:
               Phone Number..: 47 / 2 / 477060
               Telex.........:
 Program Abstract............:
  
    This is an improved version COMPL, running under the CI file system.
 The program uses the file masking feature to search for files to be
 compiled. The appropriate compiler is called according to either the 
 filename extension (FTN,MAC, PAS etc) or the file's control statement
 if the filename starts with an '&'.
    Several file masks can be specified in one command. Spooling is 
 started if the program SP (Separate contribution) is available and 
 spooling is legal for the output device. 
    Compile options can be specified in the run-string. 
  
 Additional Documentation....: See the heading of the source file 
                               and the COMPL help file.