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Re: CODE/400


  • Subject: Re: CODE/400
  • From: Booth Martin <boothm@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 28 Feb 1998 13:08:42 -0500

fixed

Chris Rehm wrote:

> ** Reply to note from Buck Calabro <mcalabro@commsoft.net> Thu, 26 Feb 1998 
>10:22:21 -0500
>
> >  - Multiple windows (one in the current C spec area, one in the I or D 
>specs,
> > one in my subroutines, etc. etc.) - move from one to another simply - even 
>view
> > the data definitions while editing the calcs.
> >           Multiple sessions... cut and paste.
>
> Limited to the size of your screen, awkward.
>

Those extra sessions  only let you browse other sections of the same program as 
opposed to
editing the same program in three different windows.

> >  - View only lines that reference a specific field
> >          F16=Find
>
> Yes, this is almost as useful. Almost as easy to work with, and now that I
> have worked with SEU for a millenium I am really handy with it.
>

F16 doesn't drop out the lines that _don't_ contain the chosen field; it is 
nice to see/edit
only the lines that include the search word.

> > 10. What about editing code out at client sites.  Wouldn't you have to use
> >       SEU out there?
> >           (Well, yes)
>

All AS/400s have the machine-side piece.  It just needs STRCODE.  So, with 
Code/400 on your
office machine or laptop, every one of your clients already has Code/400 and 
it's benefits.

> > Buck Calabro
> > Commsoft Albany, NY
>
>
> Chris Rehm
> Mr.AS400@ibm.net



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