Hi, I saw this posting on the classic computing list and I thought the question would have a better chance of being successfully answered on midrange-l. Happy Holidays to all! Best Regards, /Paul
Date: Sun, 24 Dec 2006 14:21:52 +0100 From: "Frederic BOSSU" <F5INL@xxxxxxxxxx> Subject: ===== IBM system 34 SSP command === To: <cctalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Hi, Does anyone know a way of listing the files of a diskette or a disk drive of a System 34 ? I tried the following SSP commands (normally used on S/36 computer), but it doesn't seem to work ... //LOAD $LABEL //RUN //DISPLAY LABEL-ALL,UNIT-F1 //END After typing these commands, I was expecting something should appear on the CRT but nothing arrived, neither a list of files, nor an error message, even if I had to wait few seconds before the computer returns me the hand... I don't really understand what they mean by the verb DISPLAY in the OCL statement guide. Does it mean DISPLAY on the CRT ? DISPLAY on the PRINTER ?
in a file ?... grrrr.... Merry X-mas to all, and thank you for your help. Fred.
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