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This program can either dump out the addresses of the disk which a
file is using, or dump out the addresses which are marked in the BAT
blocks of a structure.  Commands are

ADDRESS arg		   Set whether or not to type the addresses
			   of the used pages,  or just plus  signs.
			   The arg  is  one  of  ON  or  OFF.   The
			   default is ON.

BAT-BLOCKS arg		   Type  out  information  about  the   BAT
			   blocks on the indicated structure.   The
			   disk addresses  pointed  to by  the  BAT
			   blocks is also listed.

EXIT		           Leave the program.

FILE spec		   Process the  given file  spec, making  a
			   list of the addresses the file is using.

HELP                       Type this message.

WIDTH arg		   Set how  many addresses  to print  on  a
			   line.  The  argument  is  one  of  WIDE,

  1.			   WHEEL or OPERATOR capability is required
			   to run this program as it does DSKOPs to
			   read the index blocks.
  2.			   All disk addresses  will seem  to be  at
			   least as large as the value  10,,000000.
			   This bit can be ignored, it is simply  a
			   flag meaning that the address is a  disk
  3.			   Numbers in  the  output  followed  by  a
			   period are  decimal numbers,  all  other
			   numbers are octal.
  4.			   Any  gaps   in  the   output  (such   as
			   non-printed sections  or  page  numbers)
			   indicate that an  area exists which  has
			   no pages in use.
  5.			   Any   asterisks   indicate   that    the
			   indicated page  is recorded  in the  BAT
			   blocks for that structure.
  6.			   Addresses in the  BAT blocks are  listed
			   as A,B  where A  is the  address of  the
			   start of  a bad  region,  and B  is  the
			   number of consequtive bad blocks.

	The headers for the BAT block typeout mean the following:

	UNIT		   The logical  unit within  the  structure

	BLOCKS		   The number of blocks found to be bad  on
			   the unit.

        REGIONS            The number  of  regions which  are  bad.
			   This number is how many entries are made
			   in the BAT block.
	COUNT		   The number of  regions which were  found
			   bad  by  the  monitor.   This  will  not
			   include regions originally found by  the
			   mapping program