• Subject: Re: Can you see contents of a non-display field...
  • From: "David Gibbs" <devdmg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 19 Sep 1997 12:04:47 CST
  • Organization: SILVON SOFTWARE, INC.

On 19 Sep 97 at 10:19, Gary Drake wrote:

> On an AS/400, when you put a terminal (not a PC) into hex mode (the
> mode that shows you the attribute bytes), can you see the contents
> of a non-display field, or do you just see blank space bordered by
> the non-display/reset bytes?

It's been YEARS since I saw a dumb terminal ... but I'm pretty sure
that, even with the display attributes turned on, the contents of a
non-display field are hidden.

david

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