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vrf Explanations

Question asked by VRFuser on Apr 11, 2001
I want to thank everyone who came to my (and other beginners') defense
yesterday and today, and thanks to Mr. Ruggero for the apology.  We all have
our moments.

I did want to address an issue brought up in this thread for clarification:

"It sounds strange to me that no one in your company could teach you in the
comprehension of the VEE Programming rules with Direct I/O".  Mr. Stan
Bischof has done an excellent VEE tutorial for my division, but as is with
all classes, not all subjects can be addressed and not every question can be
answered (nor every answer completely understood by everyone, for that
matter).  Furthermore, not everyone capable of personal tutelage has the
time to do so.  Thus, the post.

Thanks again, everyone.

Bryan R. Parks
Agilent Technologies
New Product Integration/Manufacturing Development Engineer
Electronic Parts & Solutions Group
bryan_parks@agilent.com
Tel: (509) 921-3920
Fax: (509) 921-3893

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-----Original Message-----
From: Rissone Ruggero [mailto:Ruggero.Rissone@TILAB.COM]
Sent: Thursday, April 12, 2001 12:46 AM
To: vrf@lvld.agilent.com; 'scott_turner@Agilent.com'
Subject: vrf Explanations
Importance: High


     Dear Mr.Turner,
     Thank you for the message.
     I think it's necessary an explanation and, obviously, also my
personal apologies to Mr.Parks.

     When I asked to Mr. Parks "Are you sure that your company is
Agilent?" I meant that "It sounds stange to me that no one in your company
could teach you in the comprehension of the VEE Programming rules with
Direct I/O"..yes...I know...my original question was too harsch, but useful
to rise the problem.

     It's obvious that in a Users Group I can find beginners,
intermediate and experts users but it's not productive talking almost always
about questions on basic rules, very well explained in the VEE Manuals.
     Probably is better to spend more than 20 minutes to read the manuals
: a lot of doubts becomes knowledge in this way. Also it's not in my
interests to teach users in the use of VEE, I think that it's in the
interests of Agilent (who sells the VEE) to increase the knowledge of VEE in
the world (specially towards its employees)

     Moreover I don't understand why some difficult problems (but very
interesting) are not taken in serious consideration by the list readers.

     So, here is my proposal : Is it possible to create two different
lists (one for beginners and one for intermediate/expert users) or ,
probably more simple, using a Subject rule for messages (i.e. [VEE_BGN]
Subject  and [VEE_ADV] Subject) so it's possible to filter messages ?

     Thank you to all for the attention.
     Again, my apologies to Mr.Parks for the trouble.

     Best regards



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