By P. R. Smith
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G. each character position; with others they are not stored but act only at the time of output. With yet others they are stored and affect a zone, typically the rest of the line. With still others, they are controlled by stored but non-printing characters that neverthe less require a position on the screen. In C O M B A T , these terminal dependencies are localised within the implementation. e. the entire window has the same attributes. However, since a window can be any size from one character to the full screen no generality is lost.
JENKIN TITLE (black on white) ][ HBC MEASURE UNIT (bold, black on whitgl U I Ζ Ζ ^CCMSOTII . I U I - Ζ II J Fig. g. by an audible tone, or by highlighting, or by use of a bright colour A message can be output requiring the user to press a key when he is ready. (User controlled suspension). This can be a symbolic message ( — > ) in preference to a repetitious "press N E X T to continue", although this may be printed if no response is received in say 30 s The relevant window can be scrolled, but this may require special hardware One seemingly useful standard is to adopt suspension after all "textual units" of output except for "trivial" error messages when delay may be used.
Error messages relating to invalid input are left on the screen until the repeated input has taken place. On terminals where the cursor cannot be turned off and a delay is required, it is "rested" immedi ately outside the bottom left of the window if no further output is to take place within that window, or at the next output position otherwise. Output should not normally j u m p from window to window except in the case of transient infor mation such as error messages. C O M B A T software takes much of the effort out of the above.
Computer Assisted Learning. Selected Proceedings from the CAL 81 Symposium Held on 8–10 April 1981 at the University of Leeds by P. R. Smith