Command Structure
Command Structure

Command Structure

It is important to understand the structure of the command and its components. A command structure illustration is provided for each command in this guide.
This is an example of a command structure illustration:
! U1 setvar
"ip.addr"
"value"
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  1. Command—always preceded with an exclamation point (!) and must be specified in lower case. A space resides between the
    !
    and
    U1
    and between
    U1
    and the command (
    setvar
    or
    getvar
    ).
  2. Attribute—always in double quotes and must be specified in lower case.
  3. Chosen value—always in double quotes. Only applicable for
    setvar
    and
    do
    .
This command must be terminated by a space character or a CR/ LF (0x0D, 0x0A).