• Subject: Re: Matching Record (Was Need Help) -Reply
  • From: Scott Cornell <CORNELLS@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 07 Aug 1997 08:49:20 -0400

Wow, an "old timers" question I actually
know the answer to (or maybe it just dates
the vendor software I have to support)

ADDROUT files are a way to access data
records from a file in a particular order
and using particular selection criteria
(sort of a LF on the fly).  The file is
actually the output of a sort utility, for
example (if memory serves) $$SORT or some
such on the Sys36 and FMTDTA command on the
Sys38.

>>> PaulMmn <PaulMmn@ix.netcom.com>
08/06/97 09:20pm >>>

> Allright--- how many of you remember what
> an ADDROUT file was used for??

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