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CNCA -3KT. Programming manual.(Chapter 2)

The control

Consider now the pattern-start 2 x 1 in the pattern library.

This start contains all directions for a 2 x 1 rib. The meaning of the separate commands are explained in the following sections. We begin with:

Commentary

Line 1:

1 C NAME: 2x1 START

Line 1 contains only "commentary", here for example the name of a programme. As soon as the computer finds a 'C' (for a commentary), in a line the rest of the text in this line is not taken as a knitting instruction by the computer.

We recommend, that you use lines 1-9 for the pattern description. Example:

1 C 1983 COLLECTION, MENS CABLE-FRONT PULLOVER

2C CYCLE COUNTER SETTING :     

START

Line 10 contains normally:

10 START

START must be the first command of a programme. START sets the cycle counter on start. With START a new knitted piece begins. The computer will return to the line containing "START", when a new knitted piece is begun. END is the last direction of a pattern. If different patterns are memorised in the machine simultaneously, then more START and END are used in order to separate individual patterns from each other.

 

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