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RE: st: RE: Preserve
Fred Wolfe writes (in part):
> What I wanted to do was to run program A which issues a preserve; run
> another program and then be able to restore.
> What I have to do to get the behavior I want is:
> Save a file
> make changes
> run other programs
> reload the saved file - a manual preserve and restore.
You can accomplish this by writing a "wrapper" ado that issues the preserve
and then calls "A" and your other ado in turn. This does not let you
interactively manipulate the data though.
It may be that you can also do this with a wrapper do file (I have
not tested this idea).
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