I deleted the responses and replaced them with one comprehensive response. I don't think it helps the OP to have a long, rambling set of responses when one coherent response will do.
Personally I'd rather the mistakes be pointed out rather than just erasing them.
In a perfect world, I would do that, but I just don't have the time to do that and also do my development work on DFSORT. I feel it's more important to add functions to DFSORT that everyone can use (like PARSE, JFY, SQZ, IFTHEN, OVERLAY, ICETOOL, etc, etc, etc and the new functions I'm working on) then to point out peoples' errors. I'm sorry if that bothers you, but I have to prioritize.
Are DFSORT questions only for Frank to answer ?
I would prefer that people let the two DFSORT developers on this board (myself and Kolusu) answer the questions in the DFSORT Forum, as it would save me time and result in better answers in most cases, but I can't stop anyone from posting. All I can do is "clean things up".
There are many smart users out there (i'm not one of them) using this tool and I'm sure they can also contribute with hands on experience with some of the issues raised.
Yes, and when they do, I generally don't delete the posts (unless I think deleting them or replacing them will result in a better thread).
My intention not to show other people's mistakes. But I always try to give right answer if I know otherwise I never answer to any post.
I have tested with my own prepared data and I had some on doubts on that (We didn't have test data to do and I had to send analysis report on this). So, posted for exact answer and to verify my answers.
As I was working on client's network, I couldn't make copy and paste the code into local network. Due to typo misatkes, I might have given space before INCLUDE. Look in a broad manner not with a narrow mind.
Don't think others are lazy and you are very sharp and good. Sometimes due to some situations, we can't do testing e.g., in this case, we didn't have test data but we had to send analysis report on some SORT cards.