• Subject: Re: SEU question
  • From: "Joe Teff" <jteff19@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 7 Oct 1999 23:50:37 -0500

> I know I've seen this here before but...  how do I remove from view the
> commented lines from a source when working within SEU and an RPG program?

I am assuming you want to hide the lines and not delete them.

X will hide a single line and XX can be used to hide a block of lines.

F5 will cause all hidden lines to be restored.

SF will restore the first hidden line of a block.
SL will restore the last hidden line of a block.
SFxx and SLxx can be used to restore a block of lines where xx equals the
of lines to be restored.

You can use the FIND (either the function key or the SEU command) to restore
also. I will hide my entire source program by keying XX on the first and
last lines.
I then search for the variable(s) that I want to work with. These lines are
while all the rest are hidden. It also can be useful for hiding your
subroutines. I will
hide all lines following the mainline. Then search for all BEGSR's. I can
quickly restore any subroutine to look at or work on and re-hide it.

Joe Teff

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