[r-t] Extensions and calls acting on more than one row

Paul Bibilo peb at delcam.com
Wed Oct 27 11:15:06 UTC 2004

At 12:04 27/10/2004 Philip Earis wrote:
>"A call is a means of passing from one course of a method to another. It
>is effected by altering the places made between two or more consecutive
>rows, without altering the length of a lead. It is not part of the
>definition of the method."
>So why don't the Decisions change so that a call can only act over one row?
Scientific and Martin's.


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