Iirc, I had a tool to do this and it took relatively "no time" to develop.
IF so, and IF I had access to it, I wouldn't release it to the public
because the code was crappy, however.

But what I wonder is how's come IBM hasn't come up with such-a tool all
these years?!?

Lemme answer that rhetorical question, Rob.  Because pseudo-dweebs prefer
EDTF and the Kings of the DCRS such as yourself prefer a Windoze-like
interface as opposed to CmdLine tools.  That's why.

And it's also because there are, according to Mr. Zollar, there are
3,000,000 Java programmers and 300,000 RPG programmers.  So, over-applying
the 80/20 rule, the 300,000 RPGers get essentially zero development dollars,
and they're just expected to eat dung like they have been for the past
decade or two.

Is there something here you don't comprehend, Rob?


| -----Original Message-----
| [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of rob@xxxxxxxxx

| Earlier on in the thread it was stated that there was no utility to
| display the contents of a user space.  For example, if you wanted to see
| if your program was updating it properly.  Thus, in that case, DSPF is a
| valid utility.  I suppose you could do a DMPOBJ, but I think that is even
| more 'dweeby'.
|
| Rob Berendt

| "jt" <jt@xxxxxx>
| Sent by: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
| 03/21/2004 12:53 PM

| Didn't know that, Colin.
|
| But WHY would anybody WANT to do this??  (I used EDTF.. like once or twice
| was enuf, iirc.)  I mean, as opposed to STRSEU QGPL/STRCODE...
|
| *Nix-like attitude won out again, apparently.  Never surprises me, but
| then,
| never ceases to amaze me either.
|




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