• Subject: How do I load the code onto the AS/400
  • From: "Gary Kuznitz " <docfxit@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 7 Jan 2001 09:41:42 -0800


Is there by chance anyone that knows where I could find a program that 
would automate the process of splitting up the source code files from 
MidrangeComputing.com placing them in their proper source file.  I'll try to 
explain this better.  When a file is downloaded from 
it is neatly identified as to which is part of the file is CL, RPG, CMD
* Begin Member - DSPUSRSC, Type - CMD                               *
* Begin Member - SCN001CL, Type - CLP                               *
* Begin Member - SCN001DF, Type - DSP                               *
* Begin Member - SCN001RG, Type - RPG                               *

They come all in one txt file.  Does anyone know where I could find a 
program that would create a source member in the appropriate source file 
and copy the code into it?  I'm amazed over the years that someone hasn't put 
it on their web site under the link "How do I load the code onto the AS/400
once I've got it?"


Gary Kuznitz
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