I compiled the UNDELM program and used SST to change the instruction 3B54 to a value of F86100C8 and ran the program I get nothing back, just a blank record. What am I doing wrong.

Allen

Dave McKenzie wrote:

Hmmm... let me see.

Actually the source in undelsrc.zip is the RISC source.  However, you
can't just compile it to get a running pgm.  You have to modify a
machine instruction with SST.  (This is what Leif calls "Naughty,
Naughty, Naughty" :-)  But since it's only ONE instruction, maybe it
only deserves one "Naughty".

BTW, I posted the source only for people's curiosity and amusement, at
the request of Gary Guthrie (may he rest in peace).

I originally made the number only 5 digits out of paranoia that people
would tie their machines in knots scanning for billions of records
interactively.  But as I get older, I get more libertarian, so what the
heck!

Let me look into this.

--Dave

On Tue, 2004-08-31 at 14:29, Dan Bale wrote:

Awesome utility, Dave!

Wondering if it would be possible to increase the number of records that can
be scanned in one shot.  It doesn't seem like it would be a big deal, I
think I saw how it could be done in the CISC-version source, but the RISC
version didn't have the source.

Found the data area that is used to control that, and the 3-byte packed
value.  I upped it from 100 to 99999.  But we're dealing with files with
records in the millions.

I would most appreciate your assistance, if you so choose.

tia,
db




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