Others probably do, but I don't.  What do you mean by "X and XX line commands"?


In <7D5E548D9D4CD011BB8B00805FEA51305ED3FB@SERVER01>, on 03/29/99 
   at 10:49 AM, Roger Boucher <RBoucher@stanpac.com> said:

>Joel Wrote:
>"I hate to see large blocks of commented out code when I'm trying to
>understand the logic of a program.  Sometimes I'll print a listing just
>so I
>can cross out all the commented out code."

>You may already know this, and it won't be the most wonderful solution,
>but you can block out those large comment blocks (or at least reduce them
>substantially) by using the X and XX line commands (assuming you're using
>SEU).
> 
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