BBS: Inland Empire Archive
Date: 08-12-92 (08:30)             Number: 66
From: LUIS ESPINOZA                Refer#: NONE
  To: DEREK LYONS                   Recvd: NO  
Subj: Granularity                    Conf: (2) Quik_Bas
On (09 Aug 92) Derek Lyons wrote to Brent Ashley...

 DL> What I meant was, 'which is more granular when used in a LIB?'.
 DL> What I'm seeking it the best way to arrange the SUB's in a LIB so
 DL> that LINK pulls in the minimum extraneous stuff as possible.
 DL> Derek L.
 DL>     MegaMail 2.10 #0
        The Grabularity of subs depends on if they call each other for
various other support functions. Like in an input routines you can have
the following, which aren't very granular because one function depends
on an external function... To make it granular you would have each
function non-dependant on other functions..... Simple, eh? Luis

function 1keyf$
end function

function inpt$(Max as integer)
  for i=1 to Max
end function

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