This is a continuation of the previous challenge where we continue to explore the ISPF editor.
Additional information regarding the commands found in this challenge are located on the ISPF Editor Command Summary Page.
Edit CC#####.DATA(LINUXONE) and enter the primary line command RESET.
RESET will clear the ==MSG> warnings and give you more space to work in.
In the primary and line command fields, perform the following actions, as indicated:
|Line 15||Type MM|
|Line 23||Type MM|
|Line 1||Enter B|
|Line 29||Enter D4|
|Line 18||Type M4|
|Line 4||Enter A|
|Primary||Enter C ALL # ' '|
|Primary||Enter C ALL @ +|
|Primary||Enter C ALL & :|
The text image should appear in a shape that resembles something like a cylon...
Actually this is the latest and greatest hardware offering from IBM for running Linux:
To complete this challenge, copy the unscrambled text image to your P2.OUTPUT data set as member name #03 by performing the following steps:
- Enter the primary command RESET
- On line 1, enter the line command C99
- Enter the primary command REPLACE P2.OUTPUT(#03)
- Press F3 to save and exit
Success! Move on to the next challenge now.
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