Ends a batch job.
The "&" symbol has no meaning to the input spooler when it reads
records because the CI is not involved at that point.
The :EOJ command terminates a batch job and displays the CPU
time (in seconds) and the elapsed time since the beginning
of the job (rounded to the nearest minute). MPE/iX also
adds the central processor time and file space used by your
job to the resource usage counters maintained for your logon
account and group.
If you omit the :EOJ command from a job, the next :JOB
command terminates the current job and starts a new one.
The end of the first job is indicated by the standard end-
of-job display, and the beginning of the next job is denoted
by the normal job initiation display.
This command may be issued from a job. It may not be used
from a session, program or in BREAK. Pressing [Break] has no
effect on this command.
The following example shows how :EOJ is used within a job
file to terminate a batch job:
Manuals : Using the 900 Series HP 3000: Advanced Skills (32650-60039)