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The Assembler Option component of Mainframe Express provides an environment for the development of IBM 370 Assembler application programs within the integrated development environment of Mainframe Express.
This technical guide is for Assembler programmers who need information about the advanced features of the Assembler Option component of Mainframe Express. The basic features and functions of Assembler Option are described in the Mainframe Express User's Guide and the online help that is part of Mainframe Express.
The following type styles and conventions are used in this Guide:
cat script_name | more
The italic text denotes a variable that you type as part of the command.
column_nameis like the
pattern_value, or is not like the
pattern_value, depending on the absence or presence of the optional word
column_name [NOT] LIKE pattern_value
This paragraph only applies on Windows 95 systems.