DECCKSR—Memory Checksum Report

The host asks for a memory checksum report of current text macro definitions.

Programming Tip
Enter your macro definitions, then request and save a memory checksum. After this procedure, you can request another checksum to determine if the checksum has changed.

Format

CSI
9/11
?
3/15
6
3/6
3
3/3
;
3/11
Pid
3/n
n
6/14
Request memory checksum.
DCS
9/0
Pid
3/n
!
2/1
~
7/14
D . . . D
. . .
ST
9/12
Response with checksum.

Parameters

Pid (request)
is an optional numeric parameter that provides a label to identify the particular checksum request. The checksum report returns the label. This label lets you distinguish between multiple checksum reports.

Pid (response)
is a label indicating which DSR request the report is for.

D ... D
is the data string consisting of four hexadecimal digits indicating the checksum. The digits can be in the range of 3/0 through 3/9 and 4/0 through 4/6.