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OS/2 For You At a Glance

January 2002

Newsletter of the Southern California OS/2 User Group


SCOUG's January Meeting

APL has been described as the mother of all array based numerical programs. The OS/2 version - APL2 - has extensive numerical capabilities, and SCOUG member Zdenek Jizba will tell us all about them. Start the new year out right by attending SCOUG's first meeting of 2002!


OS/2 Help Desk and Networking SIG

They both meet the first Sunday of the month, 2 PM, in Science room 203 at Chapman University. Join them!

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Newsletter at a Glance

That's what you are currently reading - it mimics the printed version, but with shorter descriptions.


Presidents Message

Our December meeting was a good ending to the 2001 year, and a good indication of SCOUG's capabilities. Read Tony's Presidents Message to find out what's on his mind.


DOWNLOAD!

Need something, you know it makes sense to look at Download! first.


REXX and Python Side-by-Side

Sheridan George's feature comparison gives you a good start at understanding their similarities and differences.


Ink

Did you know that Lexmark has a set of firmware updates for their Optra Color 40 and 45 series of color inkjet printers? That's just one good reason to read Ink this month.


CID Installation Presentation, Dec 2001

At our December meeting, Steven Levine demonstrated how to do a CID installation of MCP. CID stands for Configuration, Installation and Distribution and is IBM's name for their method of installing complex applications. Steven's presentation notes include links to the actual installation files he used at the meeting as well as a couple of good CID references on our web site.


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Dear Mr. Know-It-All

Pointers for using DrDialog's Run-Time window to debug programs are what Mr. Know-It-All has for you this month.


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SCOUG, Warp Expo West, and Warpfest are trademarks of the Southern California OS/2 User Group. OS/2, Workplace Shell, and IBM are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation. All other trademarks remain the property of their respective owners.