RUNOFF, /INDEX, Examples
*Conan The Librarian
1.$ RUNOFF/INTERMEDIATE CHPT1,CHPT2,CHPT3 Before using the RUNOFF/INDEX command, you must create a .BRN file as input for the DSR Indexing utility. The command in this example creates three separate files: CHPT1.BRN, CHPT2.BRN, and CHPT3.BRN. 2.$ RUNOFF/INDEX CHPT1.BRN In this example, the RUNOFF/INDEX command takes the file CHPT1.BRN as input and creates CHPT1.RNX, which can be processed by DSR to produce an index for Chapter 1. 3.$ RUNOFF/INDEX/LINE_PER_PAGE=52 CHPT2 In this example, the RUNOFF/INDEX command takes the file CHPT2.BRN as input and creates CHPT2.RNX. The .RNX file produces an index with 52 lines of index entries per page. The lines per page had to be adjusted because the writer used a page layout with the page numbers centered at the bottom of the page (.LAYOUT 1, .LAYOUT 2, .LAYOUT 3). This page layout takes up three more spaces than .LAYOUT 0, which is the default for DSR. To produce the final index, you must use the .RNX file as input to DSR. See the following example. 4.$ RUNOFF CHPT2.RNX In this example, the RUNOFF command produces CHPT2.MEX, which is a formatted index. You can type or print this file to view the index.