Re: Ways to indicate spaces in command lines?

Subject: Re: Ways to indicate spaces in command lines?
From: Keith Arnett <keith_arnett -at- RESTON -dot- OMD -dot- STERLING -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 6 Apr 1998 11:30:00 -0500

Moira:

Use a 10-12 point mono-space font like Courier (and type carefully!).

;-)

Regards,

Keith Arnett
Technical Writer
Sterling Software, Inc./Operations Management Division
Reston VA USA


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Subject: Ways to indicate spaces in command lines?
Author: "Mitchell Moira E (MED)" <Moira -dot- Mitchell -at- amermsx -dot- med -dot- ge -dot- com> at
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Date: 4/6/98 10:21 AM


Good morning!

I just returned from a fruitless visit to the Archives. I am trying to
update a manual that contains command lines that our field engineers
use. Apparently there has been some confusion over where to place
spaces when they are typing in these commands. Does anyone have any
ideas on how I can show them where the spaces (and how many) appear in
each line? Using an underscore won't work, because that is actually
used for directory names, etc.

Thanks!

Moira Mitchell
GE Medical Systems




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