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Parameters are passed as 32 bit values and the most significant bits are truncated when the data is applied to labels with less than 32 bits. Once inserted, the passed parameters of a macro may be altered by selecting that macro again and changing the data. A macro can only be removed from the sequence by using the delete field. Repeat Loop The Repeat Loop instruction inserts the start and end of a repeat loop using the current vector row as the data. Once the loop has been created, vectors can be inserted or copied into the loop to change the size.
When the last vector row of the sequence is encountered, Autoroll will stop the editing process, or the Autoroll can be halted at any point in the editing process by turning the autoroll function off. For more information on how to use the Autoroll, refer to "To use Autoroll" in chapter 1. MEMORY USED The Memory Used bar shows in percent how much memory is being used by the vector sequence entered. It should be noted that Repeat Loops and User Macros may suddenly increase the amount of memory used because they are expanded at run time.
3–3 Programming the Agilent 16522A Selecting the Module Program Comments Line 10 selects the pattern generator in slot A Line 20 removes all labels previously assigned Line 30 assigns label ’A’, positive polarity and assigns the seven least significant bits of pod A5 Line 40 assigns label ’B’ and assigns all eight bits of pod A4 Line 50 removes all program lines Line 60 inserts a new line (after line 0) in the INIT SEQUENCE portion of the program. Line 70 inserts a new line (after line 4) in the MAIN SEQUENCE portion of the program.