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    Unanswered: Procedure Wraping

    How can i wrap and unwrap my procedure or functions.
    Can anyone please let me know.

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    Mahesh Kumar BK

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    Re: Procedure Wraping

    Originally posted by mahesh_bk1
    How can i wrap and unwrap my procedure or functions.
    Can anyone please let me know.

    Thanks
    Mahesh Kumar BK
    You can wrap them using the "wrap" OS command:

    wrap iname=input_file [oname=output_file]

    There is no "unwrap" command.

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    Re: Procedure Wraping

    Hi andrewst
    thank you very much for letting me know.
    Suppose if i want to see the source code of the procedure which is wrapped , then what should i do.



    Mahesh Kumar BK

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    Re: Procedure Wraping

    Originally posted by mahesh_bk1
    Hi andrewst
    thank you very much for letting me know.
    Suppose if i want to see the source code of the procedure which is wrapped , then what should i do.



    Mahesh Kumar BK
    You can't - that's the point of wrapping it! The wrapped version is like compiled code - you don't convert it back into source code, instead you go back to the original source (i.e. the non-wrapped code in the original file).

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    Re: Procedure Wraping

    Originally posted by andrewst
    You can't - that's the point of wrapping it! The wrapped version is like compiled code - you don't convert it back into source code, instead you go back to the original source (i.e. the non-wrapped code in the original file).

    Hi,
    Check out the following link.
    i guess it will help you understand all advantages
    and disadvantages more clearly.

    http://www.csis.gvsu.edu/GeneralInfo...624/c_wrap.htm
    nn

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