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>> Please type a Space instead of a "T". Typing a space prints ten more lines. Space is useful if you think a node might be interesting but you aren't sure. After the ten lines, you can keep typing spaces and get ten more lines each. The first time you read this node, do it by typing a Space each time printing stops. When you get fewer than 10 lines from one Space, you have reached the end of the node. If after typing one or more Spaces you decide you want to see the whole node, "T" will print the rest, from where the Spaces left off. Space might also be useful for you if "T" makes text scroll off the top of your screen before you can read it all. In that case, you might prefer to use Space all the time, and never "T". In order to make this node long enough for Space to be different from "T", it's necessary to tell you here about a related command, "B", which means to move to the Beginning of the node you are in. After a "B", the next Space or "T" command will start from the beginning of the node again. >> Now type a "B" and then another Space. Then type a "B" and a "T". Experiment with these commands until you are sure what sequences of them will do. Then type an "N" to move on in the course.