7.6.4. TTL and SUBT

The TTL directive inserts a title at the start of each page of a listing file. The title is printed on each page until a new TTL directive is issued.

The SUBT directive places a subtitle on the pages of a listing file. The subtitle is printed on each page until a new SUBT directive is issued.

Syntax

TTL title
SUBT subtitle

where:

title

is the title.

subtitle

is the subtitle.

Usage

Use the TTL directive to place a title at the top of the pages of a listing file. If you want the title to appear on the first page, the TTL directive must be on the first line of the source file.

Use additional TTL directives to change the title. Each new TTL directive takes effect from the top of the next page.

Use SUBT to place a subtitle at the top of the pages of a listing file. Subtitles appear in the line below the titles. If you want the subtitle to appear on the first page, the SUBT directive must be on the first line of the source file.

Use additional SUBT directives to change subtitles. Each new SUBT directive takes effect from the top of the next page.

Example

        TTL     First Title     ; places a title on the first
                                ; and subsequent pages of a
                                ; listing file.
        SUBT    First Subtitle  ; places a subtitle on the
                                ; second and subsequent pages
                                ; of a listing file.
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