Hi Simon,

Thanks for the program, although I'm a little unclear on how to use it.  It

 ===> ___________________________________________________________
 F3=Exit F4=End of File F6=Print F9=Retrieve F17=Top
 F18=Bottom  F19=Left   F20=Right F21=User Window

at the bottom of the screen.  If I enter "CALL XYZ" after the ===>, it puts
the "CALL XYZ" at the top of the screen, but doesn't appear to call it -- no
output, and nothing on the call stack.  If I use F21, I get a command line,
I enter CALL XYZ, and it shows the output in another screen, which
disappears as soon as the program ends.

Btw, it does not display the 1st position of each line of output, e.g. if
the output is supposed to be "endstream", it displays "ndstream".  I assume
this is a problem with one of the api's being used, not your program, as it
happens when I simply call my program from the command line.

Peter Dow
Dow Software Services, Inc.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Simon Coulter" <shc@flybynight.com.au>
Sent: Friday, July 26, 2002 6:20 AM
Subject: Re: [WEB400] Displaying standard-out

> Hello Peter,
> You asked:
> >Is there a way to control this display of std-out?
> Of course.  Here is a command called SHWSTDOUT:
> Here is the CPP called SHWSTDOUTC:
<big snip>

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