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December 28, 2005


Mike Weaver

Great idea. I think I'll implement that with the following addition. Create an alias to the original routine. For example, my users have a routine "WS" for drawing weld symbols. If I create an alias GEM_WS that simply runs the original WS procedure then they can access it by tabbing through all the GEM procedures and the GEM_WS name reminds them of the shorter WS name.


Donald Boyer

What are we talking about here? TAB at the Command line? Do I type in TAB? Right click for TAB? I went into Help to try and find help on TAB but it doesn't know what I'm talking about.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank You

Mark Douglas

If you type in the beginning of a command on your command line such as LI or L then hit your TAB button on your keyboard you will start to see every command that starts with L or LI spool through your command line. Its just a way to quickly search for command names. Hope this explains it a little more.

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