on 12/09/97at 12:46 AM, the Great and Grand  Wazir peteh@earth.inwave.com
(Pete Hall) said:

>> They are described with IDDU and Query/400

>Many moons ago, I had a programmer write a utility to construct DDS from
>an IDDU dictionary.

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*   0005.00      A*   Retrieved file: GMLAST      from library: QS36F           
*   0006.00      A*   Date CREATED:   10/08/93                                  
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I found this.  As you can see, its from 1993.  The CL calls one other
program, an RPG program.  Credit is not given for the source, but I think
this is not a local programmer's work but rather he copied it in from
someplace like Midrange Computing.  I can say this though: It works, it is
fast, and for the first changeover it gives you complete, useful DDS in a
hurry.  If you can't find it let me know and I can get a copy for you.

Booth Martin     

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