• Subject: SEU XX command was: RE: IBM pushing Java
  • From: Buck Calabro/commsoft<mcalabro@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 31 Mar 1999 08:41:58 -0500

On 03/31/99 01:20:27 AM Neil Brookes  wrote:

>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 
>is shown on the screen)  I use this to remove common subroutines from a
>program listing as well.

Nice! I rarely print from SEU, but that's a good tip.  I tend to use the 
exclude (XX) and HIDE commands to do selective scan/replaces.  For 
instance, I can HIDE C 6 6 and all the calculation specs are excluded. Now, 
I can do a CHANGE FIELD1 FIELD2 A X to change all instances of FIELD1 to be 
FIELD2 only in the excluded lines.  This is great for copying a subroutine 
and changing the field names inside it.  Just exclude all the lines in the 
subroutine and issue a bunch of change commands.

Buck Calabro
Billing Concepts Inc (formerly CommSoft), Albany, NY
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