You should amend your source program according to the following rules:
- If the character in column 1 is an indicator (*/-), append six spaces to the beginning of a line.
- If the character in column 1 is any non-space character not mentioned in rule 1, append seven space characters to the beginning
of the line.
- If area A (columns 1 to 4 inclusive) contains all spaces, append seven additional space characters to the beginning of the
line. However, if the entire line contains spaces, it outputs a single 72 character line containing spaces.
- If a line is too long to fit onto a single 72 character line, break it onto subsequent lines, up to a maximum of three. Where
possible, these breaks occur at a space character to preserve the program's readability.
- If a line is expanded beyond 132 characters, truncate the line to 132 characters. This prevents any pseudo-comment areas from
being included in the program source.