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The CCONTINUE command starts program execution, leaving your
terminal at monitor level.
1. Begin running a program.
2. Exit from user mode by typing two CTRL/Cs.
3. Type CCONTINUE to allow the previously begun program to
continue running from the point at which you interrupted it.
Your terminal is left at monitor level.
4. You can now use commands that do not require core, or you can
detach from your job and create a new job to run other
Leaves your terminal at monitor level.
CONTINUE - Continues the operation of your program, bringing your
terminal back to user level.
START - Starts the program from the beginning or from the
specified address, leaving your terminal at user level.
CSTART - Starts the program from the specified address or from
the beginning, but leaves your terminal at monitor level.
If your program requires terminal I/O, the
CCONTINUE command allows the program to run only
to that point. The program then waits for
terminal I/O, before it continues executing. Use
the CONTINUE command to re-enter user level and
accept or input the required I/O.
This is a program that finds all the numbers up to 10,000 and
writes them out to disk.
N = 0
100 N = N + 1
IF (N .EQ. 10000) GO TO 300
WRITE (22, 201) N
GO TO 100
201 FORMAT (1X, I14,' IS BETWEEN 1 AND 10000')
300 STOP 'DONE'
Execute the program.
[LNKXCT NUMBER EXECUTION]
Type two CTRL/C's to halt the program.
Continue the program, leaving your terminal at monitor level.
Type CTRL/T for job status. CTRL/T does not echo on your
DAY: 8.85 RUN: 2.05 RD:0 WR:0 NUMBER 4+15P RN* PC:000175
The status message RN* indicates the program NUMBER is running.
Detach from the job to do work on another job.
FROM JOB 19
Later, attach to your original job.
.ATTACH 19 [27,5434]<RET>
Type CONTINUE to re-enter user level.
System message (see NOTE).
?PLEASE TYPE ^C FIRST
Type CTRL/C and CONTINUE, to enter user level.
Program message indicates execution is finished. The file
containing data from this program is named FOR22.DAT, and is
stored in your default disk area.
END OF EXECUTION
CPU TIME:4.60 ELAPSED TIME:12:12.83
It is necessary to type CTRL/C to re-enter user level,
because the program is running. The program must be
interrupted so that your terminal can access it.