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vrf User function object

Question asked by rsb on Jan 26, 2004
"arie.fainbrun" <arief12@netvision.net.il> wrote:
> I have a few programs that have the same user function, the problem is that
> user function has inside it more user function, so when I want to copy it
>
> To other program, I have to copy all the sub user function. I would like to
> know if there is any option to copy the main user function, or use it in any
> way that

Sounds like a perfect use of libraries.

Put your function and all its associated functions into a library
and just import it into your working programs.

Or copy if you need local copies of some sort, like you want to
make changes to them.

Stan


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