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    How to wright comments on a oi-tc

    don't understand out how to add comments in programs on the machine can any one help??

    yama seiki
    fanuc oi-tc

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    You can use ( ) to write comments...

    GP.

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    As GP stated the comments have to go between the () parenthesis. So start typing with a (add comment here) then insert it into the program. The control will ignore anything in (). Depending on your keypad you will have to use the “shift” key to get the characters that you want.

    Stevo

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    If you do not have the parentheses available as a SHIFT function on your number pad, the may be in the soft key menus. While in edit, press the OPRT soft ket to open the menus. Once open, use the page right soft key to reveal the C-EDT menu. Press that and you will see a few charachters you can choose from, including ( and )

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    Kev, it could be a parameter setting. it's been 4 years since i checked

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    This is the first problem I faced when I started learning macro programming. Square brackets were not coming. Somebody informed that it was a parameter issue.
    Read the attachment for details on how to have both the brackets.
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Re: How to wright comments on a oi-tc

    If you're looking to write comments on a online petition, you'll need to use the correct keywords. io games

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