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SET SPOOL Command
The SET SPOOL command adds devices to or deletes devices from the
current list of devices being spooled for your job. Spooling is
the mechanism by which I/O to or from slow-speed devices is
simulated on disk. Devices capable of being spooled are the line
printer, the card punch, the card reader, the paper tape punch,
and the plotter.
SET SPOOL dev1:,dev2:,...,devn:
Adds the specified devices to your job's spool list.
SET SPOOL ALL
Places all spooling devices into the spool list.
SET SPOOL NONE
Clears the entire spool list.
SET SPOOL NO dev1,dev2,...,devn
Removes the specified devices from your job's spool list.
Where: dev1:,dev2:,...,devn: are the physical device names of
one or more devices to be added to or deleted from the
current spool list. These names can be taken from the
following list: CDP:, CDR:, LPT:, PLT:, PTP:. For
more help on device names, see the help file DEVNAM.
Leaves your terminal at monitor level.
To remove devices from your list of spooled devices, your job
must have one of the following:
o The privilege bit set in .GTPRV.
o Bit 28 (200 octal) set in the STATUS word by the operator SET
o Logged in under [1,2].
1. Add the card punch to your list of spooled devices.
.SET SPOOL CDP:<RET>
2. Delete the line printer from your list of spooled devices.
.SET SPOOL NO LPT:<RET>
3. Clear your list of spooled devices.
.SET SPOOL NONE<RET>