I tend to use templates for calc specs and snippets for other specs.
This shortens my snippets list to where I can keep it under one list
called iSeries. I don't worry about organizing the templates since
auto-complete means they are <crtl> space bar away (long as I remember
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On Behalf Of Andy Hautamaki
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Subject: [WDSCI-L] Any Tricks and Tips about using Snippits in WDSI for
I like the idea of using code snippits for RPG and am wondering if any
one would care to share some tricks and tips on how you organize the
snippits and how you are breaking them done.
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