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	POX is one of the myriad XGP formatting programs.  The
command "XSP POX.XGP[UP,DOC]/NOT" will produce hardcopy of the
writeup (appx.  30 pages).  The last page (see bulletin  board
near  machine  room)  is the table of contents.  Add 1 to page
numbers found there to get page  numbers  to  specify  to  the
spooler  if  you want a partial listing, for example pages 2-5
may be gotten by "XSP POX.XGP[UP,DOC](3:6)/NOT".
	For   some  explanatory  paragraphs  not  yet  in  the
writeup,  and  descriptions  of  recent  features,  use  "TYPE
POX.UPD[1,REM]" (this file is in TTY/LPT format).
	A very old POX writeup in TTY/LPT format is  the  only
other  documentation  available  to remote users. To see it on
your terminal, use "TYPE POX.REM[UP,DOC]".
	For  a  list  of  the  latest  versions  of the object
program (usually there is an experimental version  newer  than
POX.DMP[1,3]),  and  the very latest features and bugfixes not
yet reported in POX.UPD, use "TYPE POX.LOG[1,REM]".

The standard POX compiler is POX.DMP[1,3], but often there is a
newer experimental version and/or one or more older backup
versions.  The experimental version is NPOX.DMP[1,3] and the
backups are given names POX.*[1,3] where the * is the month and
date the version was created, for example POX.204 on Feb.04 and
POX.B27 on November 27.  Bugs should be reported to REM only
after all alternative versions have been tried.