Roger Pence wrote:
> 
> Be careful with generalizations. Not all IBM tech writers are terrible. Many
> AS/400 manuals and documents are well written and easy to understand (the
> cody examples, though, are particulary bad). The bigger problem with AS/400
> documentation isn't the quality of the documentation itself, it's the
> quality of the search engines and indices you use to find stuff. On this
> front, IBM's AS/400 efforts are nearly laughable. IBM doesn't seem to
> understand that it could use, well, let's see, A COMPUTER, to improve
> documentation navigation.

The manuals are very complete in some cases, but examples on newer
features,
are often time, lacking or completely missing. I don't care for CD's
under
any circumstances........(This appears to be a lost cause for people who
                         (prefer books made from paper)...

If the book reader was redone, I might give it another look, but it's
pretty bad at the moment....
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