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Latest news at 13:45:13 on 2 Mar 1998.

Fixed a Year 2000 date problem in DATEADD REXXCODE.

Package Description.

Package name LPREXX
Title Misc. REXX routines from LP.
Version 1.14
Updated 98/02/27
Author Les Paton
Alternative author Les Paton
Userid les_paton
Software requirements Rexx
Operating System VM/ESA, VM/SP
Software language used Rexx
Source code provided,
Y(es) or N(o)
Summary provided
in file
Documentation provided
in file
Abstract Rexx routines to do various things.

Package Content within the VMARC file.

      LPREXX   LICENSE  * License instructions for the VM DownLoad Library.
      DOTS     EXEC     * FULLSCREEN demo
      TIMEWNDW EXEC     * FULLSCREEN demo ( show time )
      REXXMSG  EXEC     * List Rexx error messages
      QMSG     REXXCODE * Change and restore message settings
      DISKLINK REXXCODE * Link a disk
      RXBRIGHT REXXCODE * Make a message field bright ( highlighted )
      GETNAME  REXXCODE * Get a temporary workfile name
      WILDCARD REXXCODE * Match strings using 'wildcard' characters
      EPSWRDRL SAMPXEDI * Over-ride the OV/VM default RDRLIST
      DATEADD  REXXCODE * Add/subtract days to the date
      USAGE    REXXCODE * Quietly report usage statistics
      UPUT     EXEC     * When you use 'USAGE REXXCODE' you get files
*                          in your reader which are generated by the
*                          users of your code. You can save these files
*                          by simply typing UPUT alongside the file in
*                          the RDRLIST display.
*                          NOTE UPUT uses RSCSINDX SCRIPT, available from
*                             Disk = VNETREQ  : VNETINFO at VNETCMC

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