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જુલાઇ 22, 2009

deleting all non-exclude X ALL lines in ISPF

Filed under: how to,learning,mainframe — Himanshubhai Mistry @ 6:24 પી એમ(pm)

How to delete all Un-Excluded Lines in ISPF

Generally you would have used :
x all; find all <criteria>; del x all

It deletes all lines you have excluded (and don’t need any more) in your dataset.

Here we have different scenario:

We want to exclude all lines that meets a <criteria> and then delete all lines that don’t meet the <criteria> …

steps :

[1] x all <criteria>

It will exclude all lines having the <criteria>

Now read carefully

Now you want to delete all visible lines and keep all excluded lines (which meets your <criteria>)…………..

and unwanted lines are now visible to you.

you want to delete these all visible (unwanted) lines.

the command you have to issue is :

[2] del all nx

it will keep all excluded lines and delete all visible lines.

You will see all the lines are excluded in your dataset,

Just issue reset command and view the result..

Got it ??? !!!!

જુલાઇ 16, 2009

Another ISPF Editor for Windows/Linux/OS2

Filed under: Uncategorized — Himanshubhai Mistry @ 3:01 પી એમ(pm)

Windows replacement for Mainframe’s ISPF Editor.

Sometime for analysis purpose we feel, if there was an ISPF editor for windows, it would be easier.

Mizumaki-machi from Japan has engineered a beautiful editor, that fulfills the wish of having ISPF editor on a PC.

Here is what he says in the English version of Index page:


This editor is fit for programmers working on both main-frame and PC.
Its operation is based on mainframe SPF editor, and like as other
editor on PC convenient short-cut key operation is hybrid.
Basic filer operation is also provided such as Delete/Copy/Move/Print.
It can also manipulate binary file.
Powerfull edit function is provided to analyze such as logfile by Excel.
Each version offer common operation on the differrent OS, DOS,OS/2,
Using FTP,Windows/Linux/AIX version support remote file access(edit,delete etc).
Using s3270+IND$FILE+TSO,Win/Linux version support to access TSO file.
Windows/Linux version support open by application such as excel,explorer
/OpenOffice,Nortilus using filename extension association.

By Mizumaki-machi (sakachin2@yahoo.co.jp)


Visit his site http://www.geocities.jp/sakachin2/ for more information and download his freewares…

Note you will need to refer his

જુલાઇ 2, 2009

Smart Phone commericals War…

Filed under: Apple,Fun — Himanshubhai Mistry @ 10:37 એ એમ (am)

BlackBerry’s Commercial — attack on Apple.

See the advertisement (commercial) of BlackBerry Smaprt Phone vs. Apple’s iPhone.

BlackBerry Users will love this

BlackBerry Users will love this: How Apple Hits back….

Now you might get interested to know what is the difference between iPhone and BlackBerry

visit this link: iPhone v. BlackBerry: Side By Side, Two Week Comparison

This may be old, new Software for iPhone will come with lot many new features like [1] Cut, Copy & Paste [2] Landscape Keyboard [3] MMS [4] Voice Memos [5] Calendar [6] Enhanced Stocks App and the best of all [7] Spotlight Search

જુલાઇ 1, 2009

How do I install the Arial Unicode MS font

Filed under: Uncategorized — Himanshubhai Mistry @ 11:23 એ એમ (am)

Generally people ask for help on Arial Unicode MS font… I found this article on Microsoft Site: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q287247/

Below is just a part of it. For more information one can click on above link.

How do I install the Arial Unicode MS font?

The Arial Unicode MS font is installed as part of the Microsoft Office Setup and is part of the International Support features. To install the Arial Unicode MS font, follow these steps:

  1. Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.NOTE: In Microsoft Windows XP, click Start and then click Control Panel.
  2. In Control Panel, click Add/Remove Programs.
  3. Do one of the following.
  • In Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition (Me), or Microsoft Windows NT 4.0:
  • On the Install/Uninstall tab, click Microsoft Office XP (or Microsoft Word 2002), and then click Add/Remove. -or-
  1. In Microsoft Windows 2000 or Microsoft Windows XP:
  2. Click Change or Remove Programs, click Microsoft Office XP (or Microsoft Word 2002), and then click Change.
  3. In the Features to install window, click Next.
  4. Click to expand Office Shared Features.
  5. Click to expand International Support.
  6. Click the icon next to Universal Font, and then click Run all from My computer on the shortcut menu.
  7. Click Update to complete the installation of the Universal Font (Arial Unicode MS) to your computer.

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