This section covers the GHS interface. How to actually interact with the program. Explains the main program window and formatting of GHS commands. The interface is a combination of buttons and command entries. Step 1: learn what all the buttons do. When I learned GHS strictly from the reference manual, I didn’t even notice the window and buttons. After taking a training class, I learned that these menus can be extremely helpful.
Use the help menu to lookup two simple GHS commands. Includes homework solution.
The command format is essential. GHS is a programming language. Like any programming language, it has syntax: a specific pattern for how to enter commands and specify values for those commands. Don’t overlook the importance of this. I have wasted several days trying to hunt down a bug in a GHS script only to discover that it was a problem with syntax and GHS interpreted the commands wrong.
Use wildcards to select the appropriate tanks for loading and unloading. Runfile provided to initialize the homework problem.
Solution also provided.