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Command processor

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  1. The Console Command Processor, or CCP, accepted input from the keyboard and conveyed results to the terminal

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  2. a component of the CP/M operating system

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  3. All CP/M commands had to be typed in on the "command line" — the console would show most often A> and would await input from the user

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  4. 's command line interface was patterned after the operating systems from Digital Equipment, such as RSTS/E for the PDP-11

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  5. Commands generally took the form of a keyword followed by a list of parameters separated by spaces or special characters

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