comments in dds source

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hi please tell me how to comment a group of lines of code at a time in the SEU.thanks

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Hi,

Make one comment line with a * in the position after the A, then use C to copy the comment line and use OO to start and end the block of lines to be commented.
<pre>
C A*
OO A
A
A
OO A
</pre>
Will give you :-
<pre>
A*
A*
A*
A*
A*
</pre>

Regards,

Martin Gilbert.

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  • ten2008
    Thanks Martin for your reply. Is it possible to remove a group of commented code? Please help...thanks
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  • Gilly400
    Hi, If you want to delete the commented lines you can use block delete (DD at the start and end of your block of lines). If you wan to un-comment the lines that's a bit more tricky :- You can exclude all the lines you don't want to change using XX to start and end blocks, then use F14 to find and replace A* with A, specify 3=non-excluded for records to search and N for allow data shift. Press F5 to redisplay all the excluded lines after the change has been processed. Regards, Martin Gilbert.
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