action diagram.

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AS400 Command
Synon
Synon 2E
HELLO FRIENDS,
I have recently got a project in which i have to code the modules through synon.
As I m new to this platform, i need a little help regarding the coding which is done in an action diagram.
and how to use the built in functions in an action diagram and how to use the user defined functions in an action diagram.
Though i know the basics of user points, contexts n action diagram but m nt able to understand the flow of the code...please HELP WITH SAMPLE CODE AND REFERENCES TO OTHER USEFUL SITES.....
Thank you.


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ASKED: December 26, 2012  4:27 AM

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What are you trying to do, when you say ‘use the built in functions’?  To access them you would put a IAF on the blank to the left, adn when the Edit action box appears, put a ? in the Function line.  You will see an entire list of what is available.  Just select one.  Does that help?  I/m not quite sure what you’re asking.

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    Are you taking Sysnon classes or are you gainfuly employed? If employed are you the only Synon developer? Are there no samples at the workplace?
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