Description:
    This batch file attempts to verify that the serial port diagnostic commands that
    are common to all diagnostic levels can be executed.
   
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    Clear the Expected Batch File Errors.
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    -*9                                 '*' Command: Special Batch File Function - Clear Expected Errors
   
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    Enable error logging and clear the error log.
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    -/LE1                               Level L 'E' Command: Enable / Disable Logging
    -/LiFFFC                            Level L 'i' Command: Initialize Log File
   
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    Display the help information for the All Level commands.
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    -/CQ0                               Level C 'Q' Command: Display ASCII Command Information
   
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    Test the Abort command.   Since it's impossible to fully test the abort inside a batch
    file, issue the command and verify that it executes.
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    -CR                                 Carriage Return Command: Abort
   
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    Test the Change Diagnostic Command Level command by swiching to the default level (T).
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    -/                                  '/' Command: Change Diagnostic Command Level
   
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    Test the processor memory access commands by reading and writing a buffer memory
    location at its processor memory address.  The location being used is in a Buffer
    SIM file that is owned by the diagnostics.
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    -=61E2A00,,FF                       '=' Command: Poke Memory Byte
    -=61E2A01,,EE                       '=' Command: Poke Memory Byte
    -=61E2A02,,DD                       '=' Command: Poke Memory Byte
    -=61E2A03,,CC                       '=' Command: Poke Memory Byte
    -+61E2A00                           '+' Command: Peek Memory Byte
    -+61E2A01                           '+' Command: Peek Memory Byte
    --61E2A00                           '-' Command: Peek Memory Word
    -=61E2A00,,00                       '=' Command: Poke Memory Byte
    -=61E2A01,,11                       '=' Command: Poke Memory Byte
    -=61E2A02,,22                       '=' Command: Poke Memory Byte
    -=61E2A03,,33                       '=' Command: Poke Memory Byte
    -+61E2A00                           '+' Command: Peek Memory Byte
    -+61E2A01                           '+' Command: Peek Memory Byte
    --61E2A00                           '-' Command: Peek Memory Word
   
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    Test the Set Test Space command by displaying the test space that is currently
    selected.
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    -A                                  'A' Command: Set Test Space
   
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    Test the Enable Looping command by looping the Peek Memory Word command three times
    with the Continue On Error option enabled.
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    -L1,3                               'L' Command: Enable Looping
    --61E2000                           '-' Command: Peek Memory Word
   
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    Display the Active Error Log and check if the Batch File failed.
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    -*B                                 '*' Command: Special Batch File Function - Display Log
    -|                                  '|' Command: Batch File Terminator