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The START command begins execution of a program that you loaded
previously with either the LOAD or GET command, or that you
interrupted while running (for example, with a CTRL/C).
You can optionally specify an explicit start address. If
omitted, the address supplied in the file (.JBSA) is used. If
you specify an address argument and the job was executing a
monitor call when interrupted (that is, it was at monitor level
but not in TTY input wait or SLEEP mode), the monitor continues
the job at the location at which it was interrupted and
eventually traps to the specified START address.
If you try to START an execute-only program at a specified
address, you receive an error message. If the high segment of
this program is sharable, execution of the START command turns on
the user-mode write protect bit.
Where: addr is the octal address where execution starts if
other than the location specified within the file
(.JBSA). This argument is optional. If you do not
specify this argument, the address comes from .JBSA.
You can specify a starting address of 0.
Places your terminal at user level.
Does not function during device I/O.
Type a program.
69 FORMAT (' TESTING EXECUTION')
Load the program.
SAVE the program.
START the program.
END OF EXECUTION
CPU TIME: 0.01 ELAPSED TIME: 0.03