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     Select Data Output Mode, O[Mode],[VerboseOpts]

  Description:
    This command selects the specified Data Output Mode.

  Input Parameters:

    0 - Data Output Mode.
    
        This parameter specifies the data output mode to be selected.
    
          0 = Quiet Mode.  This mode disables the outputting of all diagnostic status.
    
          1 = Raw Binary Mode.  This mode outputs the status packets returned by the
              diagnostic functions as raw binary data.
    
          2 = Raw ASCII Mode.  This function outputs an ASCII representation of the
              raw data returned in the status packets by the diagnostic functions.
    
          3 = Formatted ASCII Mode.  This function formats the data returned in the
              status packets by the diagnostic functions and outputs it as ASCII.
    
          4 = Verbose Formatted ASCII Mode.  This function formats the data returned in
              the status packets by the diagnostic functions and outputs it as ASCII.
              This mode will output additional information that is not typically output
              by the standard Formatted ASCII Mode.
    
          5 = Simplified Formatted ASCII Mode.  This function formats the data returned
              in the status packets by the diagnostic functions and outputs it as ASCII.
              This mode will simplfy the output information that is normally output by
              the standard Formatted ASCII Mode.
    
          Type:    Unsigned 8-bit value
    
          Range:   0 to 5
    
          Default: 3 (Formatted ASCII Mode)
    
    1 - Verbose Formatted ASCII Mode Options.
    
        This parameter is a bit-significant value that can be used to enable / disable
        the outputting of various verbose mode data.  Setting a bit enables the
        outputting of the verbose mode data associated with the bit.  Clearing a bit
        disables the outputting of the verbose mode data associated with the bit.  The
        data that is enabled or disabled by each bit is unique to each command and is
        described in the command's data output section.
    
          Type:    Unsigned 32-bit value
    
          Range:   0 to 0xffffffff
    
          Default: 0xffffffff (Output all verbose data)
    
  Output Data:
    Displays the Data Output Mode that is selected.

  Revision History:

    0001.0000   Initial revision.