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The format of the CANCEL command is
.CANCEL keyword request-id
Keyword represents the request type you wish to cancel and must
be one of the following:
Request-id represents the individual request identifier and may be
one of the following:
The request-id that was assigned to the request.
This number is displayed with the SHOW QUEUE command.
The job name assigned to the request. This is a six character
name and is available with the SHOW QUEUE command.
A wildcard constuction that may refer to several job names. The
wild characters are "*" to match a wild string and "%" to
match all characters in a character position. The standard
wild card "?" is also accepted at monitor command level.
This switch is provided to resolve possible ambiguities which may
result if the job-name is numeric.
Prints a description of the CANCEL command.