• Subject: RE: IBM pushing Java
  • From: Neil Brookes <NRB@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 31 Mar 1999 18:20:27 +1200

One minor addition.  After XX'ing out the lines you can then use the LLP
block command to print specific blocks (or all) of the program code.  When
you do this it prints as you see it.  (i.e. eXcluded lines will print as it
is shown on the screen)  I use this to remove common subroutines from a
program listing as well.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Roger Boucher [SMTP:RBoucher@stanpac.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, 31 March 1999 05:35
> To:   'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com'
> Subject:      RE: IBM pushing Java
> 
> In SEU you can use the line commands "X" to compress out one line, and
> "XX" to compress out all lines between the beginning XX and the ending
> XX that you type.  It is like using "C" or "CC" blocks to copy lines in
> SEU.  It's kind of hard to explain but basically it will compress all
> the "Xed" lines into one summarized line that says "xx data records
> excluded" where xx is the number of contiguous lines that are compressed
> and removed from your view...
> 
> 0578.00      C*                    ---- ------                
> 0579.00      CSR                   ENDIF                      
> - - - - ------------- 1 data records excluded ----------------
> 0581.00      CSR         JDOP3     DIV  #@OP3     $WK299 299  
> 0582.00      CSR         $WK299    MULT #@AA      GLAA        
> 0583.00      CSR                   MULT -1        GLAA        
> 0584.00      CSR                   END                        
> 0585.00      C*                                               
> 0586.00      C*    Change Fields Based on Passed Parms.       
> 0587.00      C*                                               
> 0588.00      CSR         GLOBJ     IFEQ PSOPN                 
> 0589.00      CSR         GLSUB     ANDEQPSOPN1                
> 0590.00      CSR         PSOPN     ANDNE*BLANKS               
> 0591.00      C*                                               
> 0592.00      CSR         $@OSBL    IFEQ '1'                   
> - - - - ------------- 5 data records excluded ----------------
> 0598.00      CSR                   ENDIF                      
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: boothm@ibm.net [mailto:boothm@ibm.net]
> Sent: Monday, March 29, 1999 5:54 PM
> To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
> Subject: RE: IBM pushing Java
> 
> 
> 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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