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The PJOB command prints job information on your terminal. If you
do not specify a job number, the information printed is about the
job to which you are attached. You can specify the job number
about which you need information. The PJOB command prints the
o The job number
o The user name
o The project-programmer number
o The terminal number
You receive an error message if no job is attached to the default
or specified job number. If the job is currently detached, the
letters DET and the terminal number are printed.
Where: job is the number of the job, which is assigned when
you log in. If you do not specify the job number, the
information printed is about the job you are currently
logged in to.
Leaves your terminal at monitor level.
Does not destroy your core image.
Show information about your job.
JOB 42 USER MANJUSREE [10,6000] TTY101