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pro program .... resources for ?

skiddy

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I have a very basic understanding of pro program... but would like to gain more knowledge on the program as a whole!

To see just what its capabilities are?



Any suggestions for web sites or articles etc??



I would like to get my understanding up to a comprehensive level.



Many thanks
 

dhbigelow

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Unfortunately Pro/PROGRAM can be very frustrating to deal with - and use. The documentation is not good - most people learn their tricks from the school of hard knocks.



We wrote p-Program to specifically address the usability of Pro/PROGRAM. p-Program is a Graphical Pro/PROGRAM Editor, it crunches down the Pro/PROGRAM so that you can look at the logic of the program rather than the feature/component details. All logic is drag-and-drop and can be intelligently applied.



Also - you can edit MULTIPLE Pro/PROGRAMS at the same time in Assembly Mode. You can load the Assembly Pro/PROGRAM and the Skeletons, Parts and Sub-Assembly Pro/PROGRAMS and edit them interactively all together rather than one at a time.



We have put in just about everything you would need to use and apply Pro/PROGRAM properly. It is very smart and has a lot of dialogues and wizards to help with the more advanced areas like LOOKUP_INST and EXECUTE Functions. It also has a test interface so that you can batch test your Pro/PROGRAMs across a range of values.



Customers who have seen and used it have found it extremely useful...



Here are some Flash demo links:



Basic Demo: http://www.simplifiedlogic.com/demos/pProgram/pProgram_2x.htm



Advanced Demo: http://www.simplifiedlogic.com/demos/pProgram/pProgram_2x_advanced.htm



Batch Regen: http://www.simplifiedlogic.com/demos/pProgram/pProgram_21_Update_MultiRegen.htm



LOOKUP_INST Dialogue: http://www.simplifiedlogic.com/demos/pProgram/pProgram_21_update_LookupInst.htm





All product information is located at: http://www.buydesignautomation.com





Hope this helps.



Dave
 

skiddy

New member
thanks for the links very useful...... but



can you explain exactly what the 'execute statements' are, do and how you use them.... im a little confused!!
 

dhbigelow

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Sure, they are used to pass parameter values in one assembly level down to the next component/sub-assembly.
 

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