Date: Thu, 3 Sep 1998 10:02:08 -0400
Reply-To: Jules Bosch <jxb@BELLATLANTIC.NET>
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From: Jules Bosch <jxb@BELLATLANTIC.NET>
Organization: Bosch Systems Inc.
Subject: Re: Coloured SCL
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I recntly completed an enagegment where the SCL coding was done in
color. Comments were green, SCL labels were blue, SCL code was black,
and unresolved issues were red. Personally, I am not an advocate of
colored text but when in Rome...
Anyway, I simply set four function keys with "color text red,"
"color..." which allowed me to skip back and forth between whatever
color was required at the moment. This command applies to text TO BE
TYPED, not existing text. I point this out because when first I began
to respond to this post I was in the DMS, not a BUILD session. In DMS
all existing text as well as text to be typed takes on the color
Farther, in SCL, if a section of text has to be changed from black to
green, for example, one could mark the text and then use the command
COLOR MT GREEN where MT stands for marked text.