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Date :18 September 2007
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Joe Pluta - WDSC Basics, Volume 4 In previous tutorials, I showed you how to configure your workbench and connect to your host and, most recently, how to open a source member for editing. Programming is more than just editing source, though. In this fourth tutorial, I'll show you how to manage your environment, including creating a library and copying a source file, all from within WDSC. I'll even show off the versatility of WDSC by giving you a couple of alternate ways to do the same things.
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