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0This will inform KERMIT-A2 what type of DOS file is being sent or received. It is important that this is set correctly since KERMIT-A2 must create a file of the appropriate type when receiving (and it has no way of knowing what kind of file it is). When KERMIT-A2 is sending, it must also know the type of file since that tells it how to detect the actual end-of-file. The options for this parameter are APPLESOFT, INTEGER, TEXT and BINARY. 0APPLESOFT The file being sent/received is an Applesoft Basic program. 0 INTEGER The file being sent/received is an Integer Basic program. 0 TEXT The file being sent/received is an ASCII Text file. 0 BINARY The file being sent/received is a Binary image. SET IBM-LINE 0Syntax: SET IBM-LINE ON or OFF 0When set to ON, KERMIT-A2 will wait for the IBM turnaround character (XON, CTRL-Q) before sending any characters to the other Kermit. Note: This option must be set to OFF when used with either TSO Kermit or DECsystem-10 Kermit. -SET INTERRUPT-USAGE 0Syntax: SET INTERRUPT-USAGE ON or OFF 0When set to ON, it indicates that the serial interface card can handle interrupts (a must above 300 bits per second). Before setting it ON, you should make sure that any switch governing interrupts is enabled (the Micromodem requires a solder joint or jumper to make interrupts possible). -SET KBOARD 0Syntax: SET KBOARD parameter keyword APPLE-DOS Kermit for the Apple ][-- Section 8 1Kermit File Transfer Package 181 This command will tell KERMIT-A2 what type of keyboard is being used. The allowable options are: 02P Apple ][+ or Apple ][. 02S Apple ][ or ][+ with shift-key modification. 02E Apple //e. 02C Apple //c or enhanced Apple //e. 0On an Apple ][ or ][+ with an incomplete keyboard, special characters can be obtained by prefixing regular characters with a right-arrow. Also, uppercase is shown in inverse and lowercase characters are displayed as normal uppercase characters.