I think that recursion is extremely useful when doing BOM processing. I
have many subprocedures that use this technique and it seems to be
extremely fast. I think that applies as a business logic program.


Thanks
Bryce Martin
Programmer/Analyst I
570-546-4777



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I will admit the average iSeries app never really "needs" to get into
things
like threads or recursion (although I do hope people would agree that
threading in java on the 400 is better than starting a new job and JVM!!!)


I do think recursion has its place in programming, but not really at the
business logic level, where it's just do as your told code monkey!!!!


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On 4-Sep-09, at 4:40 PM, midrange-l-request@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

So I ask all of you for an application that requires multiple
threads in
a single process. Any real world examples out there?


I think it is a bit like recursion Neill - it seems like a good idea,
but there seem to be limited practical applications for it.


Jon Paris

www.Partner400.com
www.SystemiDeveloper.com


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