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HP XP P9500 User Manual: Script File Requirements; Script Symbols

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Table 48 Script components (continued)
Component
List
Constant
String
Reserved variables

Script file requirements

Table 49 (page 104)
Table 49 Script file requirements
Item
Maximum length of one line of a script
Maximum number of items of one list type identification name
Maximum length of one item of a list type work variable string
Maximum length of one item of a non-list type string
Maximum number of items of macro trace storage
Maximum number of items of error trace
Maximum length of a script file

Script symbols

Symbols can be used in a script to enhance or limit the power of each script command.
Table 50 (page 104)
Table 50 Script symbols
Symbol
Quotation mark
Space
Comma
Brace
Parenthesis
Exclamation mark
Unequal sign
104 Continuous Access Synchronous Z scripting
Description
In a list description, a constant is enclosed in braces "{}". A comma "," is inserted between
constants. For example {1, 2, 3, 4}, or {"ABC", "qtw" }. Lists and work variables cannot be
described in a list.
String or a numeric value.
The string covers the following lists. (Enclose a list with a double-quotation mark (""). Letters
(uppercase and lowercase), numbers, symbols
Numeric list:
List that consists of (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9)
Hexadecimal number list:
List that begins with 0x/0X of (A, B, C, D, E, F, a, b, c, d, e, f)
Reserved variables can only be referenced in a script. Setting a value is not possible.
lists the requirements for the components of a script file.
lists and describes the symbols that can be used in a script.
Use
Used to define the character constant by enclosing with it quotation marks.
Used to delimit the before and after phrases.
Used to delimit the before and after phrases. This symbol must be placed by following
each macro description rule.
Used to describe a list.
Only used to describe a condition in the If statement.
Used as an operator in the If statement by placing the equal sign next to it. This symbol
is not useful when used alone.
Used as an operator in the If statement when used alone. When the equal sign follows,
nothing changes.
Requirement
320 bytes
1024
16 bytes
150 bytes
33,000
33,000
8 megabytes

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