INPUT CONFIGURATION

The INPUT section defines the set of NTs that this workstation may require from the system. The format of input connections is identical to the format of the output connections, except that the keyword INPUT must proceed the input connections. The following is an example of an input connection:

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The meaning of this input connection is as follows: every cycle of the program, if Display 12 is up in ONSPEC, then read in BLUE_TIMER. If Display 12 is not up in ONSPEC, then do nothing.

It is not necessary to put the INPUT keyword into the file more than once. Every connection listed after this keyword will be assumed to be an input connection, until a different keyword is seen.


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