You're undoubtedly right.  I'm the one out of practice!


Thanks,




From:        Rick McGuire <object.rexx@gmail.com>
To:        Open Object Rexx Announcements <oorexx-announce@lists.sourceforge.net>,
Date:        07/10/2013 04:28 PM
Subject:        Re: [Oorexx-announce] Failure




No, the ? prefix has always been required for interactive debug, even on VM/CMS. 

Rick


On Wed, Jul 10, 2013 at 5:24 PM, <William_Lightner@jbhunt.com> wrote:

I'm not particularly current in the OOREXX implementation, but I spent a lot of years doing Rexx in VM/CMS.


TRACE I         -- 'I' for 'Interactive'.  Pauses after each instruction.


On some other platforms (most DOS/Windows implementations I've seen) there's also the '?' prefix, but I don't recall having it, let alone needing it in VM/CMS.  On the other hand, the last time I worked in that environment was 1996....



Does this help?



William Lightner

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