Hi Charles,

You may notice we opted not to always use I and O (like the M and D) but instead give you the opcode when we are able.

You'll be informed that it's a read, write, rename, open, or close, etc.

More information at your fingertips.

(The exception is when it's used on an O spec. Then we simply use the letter O.)

Enjoy!

Steve Ferrell
w. www.helpsystems.com

"Enhance RDi Outline decorators for File I/O"

Thank you!
Charles Wilt

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