If there were broader use of WDSc and snippets, then I think a lot of the
arguments of how much time verbose source adds to development would fall to
the wayside. If you're using a template or snippet then you're saving so
much time that you can let the structure be as elaborate as you want. It
takes the same amount of time to invoke the snippet regardless of it's
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From: Joe Pluta <joepluta@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: RPG programming on the IBM i / System i <rpg400-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx> Date: 05/29/2009 01:50 PM Subject: Re: Sub procedure end specification Sent by: rpg400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
By using the line extender "..." itThis is the best use of the extender I've seen to date.
allows us to easily use this as a template so we can do find and replace
for the proc name without adjusting the position of everything after it.
A big +1 to this technique. If you're going to go verbose, this is
definitely the way to go.