On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 9:12 AM, Feller, Paul <paul.fel...@transamerica.com>
wrote:

> John is correct..
>
> This is how I've used it.
>
> Command ===>
> ****** **************************
> c00001 Line to copy
> ak0002 Other lines
> ak0003 Other lines
> ak0004 Other lines
> a00005 Other lines
> 000006 Other lines
> ****** **************************
>
>
> ****** ************************
> 000001 Line to copy
> 000002 Other lines
> 000003 Line to copy
> 000004 Other lines
> 000005 Line to copy
> 000006 Other lines
> 000007 Line to copy
> 000008 Other lines
> 000009 Line to copy
> 000010 Other lines
> ****** ************************
>
> Thanks..
>
> Paul Feller
> AGT Mainframe Technical Support
>
>
​Just for completeness, the "AK" / "A" can also be ​be used with the
"CC".."CC" like:

CC0001 LINE 1 to copy
000002 LINE 2 to copy
CC0003 LINE 3 to copy
AK0004 LINE after which to copy
​A00005 Another LINE after which to copy​

000001 LINE 1 to copy
000002 LINE 2 to copy
000003 LINE 3 to copy
000004 Line after which to copy
000005 LINE 1 to copy
000006 LINE 2 to copy
000007 LINE 3 to copy
000008 Another LINE after which to copy
000009 LINE 1 to copy
000010 LINE 2 to copy
000011 LINE 3 to copy


-- 
If you look around the poker table & don't see an obvious sucker, it's you.

Maranatha! <><
John McKown

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