Question which going decide my JoB status



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Re: Question which going decide my JoB status

Postby NicC » Thu Jul 10, 2014 11:36 pm

Moved from JCL as QuickJob is a programming language not JCL or a utility. No miscellaneous language section in Languages so put here.

You should know by now that you should use the code tags when posting code, data and anything else that comes from the screen. I will code it up in a moment.

There is a derivative of QuickJob that runs on the PC - I had it once but never used it but I guess you could use it learn the basics of the language.
The problem I have is that people can explain things quickly but I can only comprehend slowly.
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Re: Question which going decide my JoB status

Postby thia_88 » Fri Jul 11, 2014 8:18 pm

any replies?
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Re: Question which going decide my JoB status

Postby Robert Sample » Fri Jul 11, 2014 8:57 pm

any replies?
Reply to what? It appears your post is dealing with two EXTREMELY different issues -- your life choices, and something about QuikJob. I, for one, did not reply because life choices are personal (hence NOT a good topic for a forum such as this one, IMO -- YOU are the only one who should determine which job or jobs you should have, based upon your talents, skills, personality, and so forth), and I don't know anything about QuikJob. Perhaps if you want responses, you should decide upon ONE topic and write a post about it -- this would increase the odds of getting a response.

Furthermore, nagging for replies on this forum the way you did is NOT going to get you more or faster replies -- in fact, many of the people who otherwise would answer are likely to decide not to respond at all since you are obviously impatient and not likely to carefully read and understand whatever the reply is. Responding on this forum is a volunteer activity -- as in, when / if people have the time / energy / knowledge to respond. You might get 20 posts in one day on one topic, and no posts in 3 months on another topic. If you are so needful of answers, I recommend you consult the documentation (which, if you site has a license for the product, you have access to), or ask your coworkers, or contact your site support group, or contact the vendor for assistance.
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