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The LIST command prints one or more files on the line printer
(LPT:). The output goes either to the line printer immediately
or to the disk to be spooled to the line printer if the line
printer is being spooled for this job. Formore information, see
the help files on for the QUEUE and PRINT commands. If the line
printer is being spooled, the PRINT command is preferred over the
LIST command because it saves time and disk accesses.
This command runs the COMPIL program, which interprets the
command before running PIP.
Where: file-spec is a single file specification or a string of
file specifications separated by commas. A file
specification consists of a device name, a file name
and extension, and a directory name. This argument is
required. When a directory name precedes the file
name, it becomes the default for all succeeding files.
Switches can be passed to PIP by enclosing them in
parentheses in the LIST command string. When COMPIL
interprets the command string, it passes the switches
Leaves your terminal at monitor level.
Destroys your core image.
Spool your line printer requests, print a file (FOR21.DAT) on the
line printer, and look at the line printer queue.
.SET SPOOL LPT:<RET>
JOB NAME REQ# LIMIT USER
*FOR21 61 12 MAROTTA[27,5434] ON UNIT:0
THERE IS 1 JOB IN THE QUEUE (1 IN PROGRESS)