• Subject: RE: RLU (vs) DSU (Code/400)
  • From: Buck Calabro <mcalabro@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 16 Jun 1998 10:41:18 -0400
  • Organization: commsoft

On Monday, June 15, 1998 8:25 PM, John Carr [SMTP:74711.77@compuserve.com] 
> RE:   Re: RLU (vs) handcoded prtf DDS
> <snip>
> >There appears to be a better way, in the guise of CODE/400. This has a
> >graphical design environment that is _identical_ for DSPF and PRTF.
> >(Right,
> >Booth?) I've only had a little experience with it so far, but it looks
> >neat.
> >Cheers
> >Vernon Hamberg
> If DSU is available now for Win95, make sure you check it out.   If you
> do
> reports(or screens)  DSU is the best.   Works real, real slick.
> You can have two windows open and draw a box around an area on one,
> and copy/paste it to the other one you're working on.  It copies and
> pastes the underlining DDS real nicely.
> DSU is almost worth getting Code/400 for, by itself.
> Jon,  is it available for Win95?
> If he isn't listening,  I will find out the answer.

Code designer is part of the VARPG - CODE/400 CD.  After seeing this post, 
I fired it up.  Like everything else, there's a learning curve, but it 
looks like it'll do the trick quite nicely.

Buck Calabro
Commsoft, Albany, NY

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