Vern,

These are a little bit (okay quite a bit) hidden in WDSc v4.0.

>From the workbench:

1.  Switch to the help perspective (or select the Help->Help Contents menu
item from any other perspective)
2.  From the help drop down, select the "Development Studio Client" topic.
3.  Near the bottom left corner of the workbench window you will see three
tabs titled "Components", "Classic Tools" and "Search".  Select the classic
tools tab.
4.  Expand "CODE" in the tree and you will find a tree item for each
language.  Expand the language you are interested in to see all the online
documents.

Or, from the CODE Editor:

- While you are editing your C, RPG, COBOL, ... file press F1 from within
the Editor and you will be linked to the language reference.

Don Yantzi
WebSphere Development Studio Client for iSeries
IBM Toronto Lab
Phone: (905) 413-4476
IBM internal:  IBMCA(yantzi)  -  Internet: yantzi@ca.ibm.com



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Y'all

I could not find any Runtime Library documentation. You know, like memset,
printf, etc. What am I missing? Language Reference, Programming Guide, and
Compiler Reference don't seem to have these things.

Thanks

Vern Hamberg

Would you like to see a challenging little arithmetic puzzle
that might get you or your kids or grandkids more interested
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Sillygism--

Something is better than nothing.
Nothing is better than a ham sandwich.
Ergo
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