**How to use "bitwise" Location Code Types**

by Laurie Henwood

Taking cmd 0xea and location code type B as an example.

The Ribbon on/off switch is worked by A2, as follows;

Ribbon L5.... A2=1

Ribbon L4.... A2=2

Ribbon L3.... A2=4

Ribbon L2.... A2=8

Ribbon L1.... A2=256

Ribbon R1.... A2=512

Ribbon R2.... A2=16

Ribbon R3.... A2=32

Ribbon R4.... A2=64

Ribbon R5.... A2=128

Combinations of Ribbons use these values additively...

so, Ribbons L5, L3, and R4 require an A2 value of

1+8+64=73.

Ribbons L3, L2, L1, R1, R2, R3 and R4, would require

A2= 4+8+256+512+16+32+64... or 892.

All Ribbons on, of course, require A2=1023.