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Finding CPF messages for a particular topic

How do I find CPF (or other) messages for a particular topic? For example, I might want to know the various messages relating to power events.
The help text for the commands normally include the escape messages that one might receive when running that command.

For example, the help text of the PWRDWNSYS command lists the following escape messages:

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ESCAPE Messages                                                         
CPF1001     Wait time expired for system response.                      
CPF1036     System powering down with *CNTRLD option.                   
CPF1037     System powering down with *IMMED option.                    
CPF1038     No authority to use command.                                
CPF1091     Function check occurred in system arbiter.                  
CPFBC42     Verification for image catalog &1 failed.                   
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This was first published in September 2004

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