This is not a technique that I personally use these days - but the article
was written in part to respond to clients who were complaining about having
to have "extra" source files to worry about.
I think it has a place in shops that are resistant to the introduction of
subprocedures - particularly when they are also stuck with SEU. In RDi you
see the protos anyway in the Outline view - but in SEU it takes more work
to see them if they are in a separate source member which makes it harder
for newbies to understand why the compiler is complaining about the
parameters being used.
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