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@MC2246#: Alternate microcode file for 2246 terminals.
ADDLINE: Screen documentation system. Allows program developers to create documentation specific to any item on a screen display, then display that documentation to the user.
ADDUID: Part of the SECURE utility. Adds user IDs to the ACCESS file. Required for operation.
ALFANMBR: Subroutine that converts numeric amounts to alphabetic equivalents.
ALLOCWP: Creates a Word Processing document with a given ID, setting tab stops on the format line according to the user's wishes.
ALREORG: Uses COPY to reorganize all files in selected libraries or entire volumes. Option to reorganize only those files open at the time of a system crash.
ALREORGP: Demonstration procedure; runs ALREORG.
ARCHIVE: Copies all documents within a given range to 8" archive diskettes, with an option to scratch the files after copying. Can create and maintain a log of document information by diskette.
ARCHLINK: Early version of the Wang COPYWP utility. Required by ARCHIVE.
ASMSCRAM: Subroutine version of the SCRAMBLE utility. Can be used to secure individual fields in a file.
ASMUNSCR: Subroutine version of the UNSCRAM utility. Can be used to secure individual fields in a file.
BACKPROC: Allows several files or libraries to be backed up at one time. Can also be used to control volume mounts from a second workstation during a backup. Largely made obsolete by improvements to the BACKUP utility.
BELL: Program version of BELL subroutine. Sounds workstation alarm for the length of time entered through a GETPARM screen.
BIGCHAR: Part of the BIGGEN utility. Required for operation.
BIGGEN: Creates listings or screen displays with block characters. Options to save a screen image for EZFORMAT or generate a listing.
BIGTYPE: Creates wall banners from user-entered messages up to 79 characters long.
BKUPMNYS: Generates a procedure to back up multiple files or libraries. Cannot handle more than 100 libraries per volume.
BLKCOPY: Copies files of any organization, producing a consecutive output file of 2048 bytes--e.g., converts files to their block equivalents. Might be used for file recovery from internal DMS errors.
BULABELS: Displays or prints tape label data created by the Wang BACKUP utility. Verifies the internal integrity of tape files. Works only with reel-to-reel tape drives at 800 or 1600 b.p.i density.
BURROUGH: Sample parameter file for CONVERTC. Converts Burroughs COBOL statements to VS COBOL equivalents.
CALDATA: Data file for CALENDAR (see below). Must exist before it is used.
CALENDAR: Provides a daily appointment calendar. Text may be entered in time slots or in a free-text area. Reporting option for one day or all days.
CALLSCRM: Part of the SCRAMBLE utility. Required for operation.
CALLUNSC: Part of the SCRAMBLE utility. Required for operation.
CHECKFIL: Checks for the existence or absence of a file. Largely replaced in Procedure language by the IF EXISTS FILE built-in function.
CHECKSAP: Produces a listing of programs with special access privileges assigned by the Wang SECURITY utility.
CHKBLKS: Produces a listing of files on a volume whose disk space allocation exceeds a selected number of blocks.
CLEANUP: Removes work files left by the Wang EDITOR and produces a listing.
CLOCK: Displays the system time in large digital letters on the screen. Can be used for workstation testing or to load the system to test workstation response.
CMPRFILE: Part of the COMPARE utility. Not required for operation.
COBGEN: COBOL code generating utility. Creates shell program with screen and report formats, GETPARM and PUTPARM generation, and file sorting. Can use CONTROL files for definition of file layouts.
COBMENU: COBOL menu generating utility. Obsolete version of MENUGEN.
COMBINE: Combines several files of like organization. Indexed files are merged; consecutive files are placed end to end. Portions of consecutive files may be selected and merged (the EXTRACT option).
COMPANY: Compares any two files of similar organization, displaying the byte positions of unequal records.
COMPARE: Menu of three file comparison utilities: COMPAREF, COMPLIB, and SRCDIFF.
COMPAREF: Compares any two files of like organization, displaying differences on the workstation.
COMPHEX: Compares two files at the binary level and produces listings or screen summaries of their differences.
COMPILE: Compiles all programs of the same language in a given library. Produces a log showing return codes, record counts, and system usage statistics.
COMPLIB: Part of the COMPARE utility. Not required for operation.
COMPRESS: Compresses a text string using the same approach as the operating system does. (See also EXPAND.)
COMPRLIB: Compares file entries in two libraries, listing files found in both libraries and those found in one but not the other. Options to compare record by record (using the DIFF utility).
COMPUTE: Crude calculator functions using the workstation. Most scientific functions supported.
CONFIG: A series of programs and procedures that store and maintain lists of system parameters. Simplifies changes in volume or systems name or other changes. Maintains defaults for start procedures.
CONFIGIT: Non-functional hardware configuration system.
CONFIGP: Part of the CONFIG and ISWUMENU utilities. Required for operation.
CONFIGU: Part of the CONFIG and ISWUMENU utilities. Required for operation.
CONFIGUP: Part of the CONFIG and ISWUMENU utilities. Required for operation.
CONMENU: Part of the CONFIG and ISWUMENU utilities. Required for operation.
CONMENUP: Part of the CONFIG and ISWUMENU utilities. Required for operation.
CONVERTA: Program subroutine used by PRINTVS and TRANSL8 to convert to ASCII format. Not required for operation.
CONVERTC: Mass change program intended for source file conversion. Many search and conversion options.
CONVERTE: Program subroutine used by PRINTVS and TRANSL8 to convert to EBCDIC format. Not required for operation.
CONVERTM: A menu of conversion utilities. Links to COPY2200, TRANSL, CONVERTC, and CONVERTR.
CONVERTR: Converts IBM System/3 RPGII to Wang VS format.
COPY212: Old version of Wang's COPY utility. Reportedly rebuilds indexes after certain DMS errors.
COPYMANY: Copies multiple files from one library to another. Files may be selected by name. Options to reorganize the output file and to scratch the input file after the copy.
COPYOIS: Early, non-functional version of the Wang utility. See the system library for the current version.
COPYTHEM: Masked copy utility. Files or libraries can be selected using "wild card" characters. All files are combined onto a single disk volume.
COPYWPP: Procedure to run COPYWP. Used by the CONFIG, HELP, ISWUMENU, and SECURE utilities.
CPY2DSKT: Copy utility for use with 8" diskette drives. Totals the number of blocks in the selected files, then tells how many diskettes will be required. Copied files do not span volumes as with Wang's BACKUP utility.
CREATE: A powerful file utility that creates new files by merging data from existing files or raw data elements.
CRYPTAB: Creates a table for encrypting data files. Used with SCRAMBLE and UNSCRAM.
DATAGEN: Creates test data files. Can use a CONTROL file to define the file's layout.
DATETIME: Program subroutine; used by DISKMAP. Not required for operation.
DBUGHOOK: Produces system usage statistics for a COBOL program by creating revised source code with "hooks" to capture run-time statistics. Aids in restructuring programs for maximum performance.
DECTOVS: Copies tapes from Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) systems to VS disk files. (See also VAXTOVS.)
DEVELOP: Menu of program development utilities. Links to the Wang EDITOR, PROCGEN, COBGEN, EZPRINT, and EZFORMAT.
DIFF: Compares program source files, indicating lines that have been added or deleted. Does not correctly identify large numbers of inserts, line moves, or many other changes.
DIFFWP: Document comparison tool. Does not function properly with most documents.
DIFFWP1: Document comparison tool. Similar to DIFFWP.
DISKMAP: Prints a listing showing the physical use of a disk. The report can be in file or physical extent order.
DISKUSE: Displays disk usage statistics on the workstation. Shows percentage of disk space used on all disk volumes currently mounted, with an option to print a copy of the screen.
DISP#LIB: Runs DISPLAY for every file in a given library. DISPLAY mode (PRINT, RECORD, or BLOCK) can be selected.
DISPMANY: Displays a list of libraries on a volume or files within a library. Files or libraries can be scratched; files may also be displayed.
DISPRINP: Procedure to run DISPRINT (see below). Demonstrates use of hidden GETPARMs.
DISPRINT: Shows a list of files in a library, with options to display the file, queue it to the printer, scratch it, or turn it into a Word Processing file.
DKFORMAT: Diskette test program. Can read or write selected tracks in varied sector sizes. Works only with 8" diskette drives.
DOSTOVS: Converts IBM object code stored on tape to VS Assembler source files on disk. (See also 1401TOVS.)
DSGNAID: Screen prototype utility. Uses EZFORMAT screens to mimic an application's screen flow.
DSGNXREF: Part of the DSGNAID utility. Not required for operation.
DSKSPACE: System configuration planning tool. Allocates disk space needs based on user-entered file requirements. Constants based on old standards; not accurate with modern operating systems.
DUMPFDR: Lists the FDR1, FDR2, and AXD1 blocks of a file. An illustration of the BLOCK mode of the READFDR subroutine.
EDITP: Part of the CONFIG and ISWUMENU applications. Required for operation.
ELOGDISP: Old report utility for the I/O error log. Does not work with current operating systems.
ERASE: Removes previous data from tapes by overwriting all blocks, rather than simply rewriting the tape's label.
ERROR: Part of the REGRESSN utility. Required for operation.
EXPAND: Program subroutine that converts a character string from compressed format. (See also COMPRESS.)
EZFORMC: Creates COBOL read/write (full-screen I/O) source code from EZFORMAT files.
EZGETPRM: Generates BASIC or COBOL code needed to create GETPARM screens through the CGETPARM subroutine.
EZPATCH: Allows any character of any file to be modified. Works in either hexadecimal or character mode.
EZPRINT: Report design tool. Allows programmers to "paint" the elements on the report. Creates source files or listings of positions.
EZWS: System that saves workstation screens and keystrokes for later replay. Version tested (1.02.10) did not work properly.
EZWSMAIN: Part of the EZWS utility. Required for operation.
FILEDEL: Scratches print files older than a specified number of days.
FILEDISP: Locates file or library names from partial name information.
FILEINFO: Extracts information for all files in a library and creates a file of that information. Program includes on-screen documentation that describes the data file layout.
FILEMAN: Menu of file management utilities. Links to CONTROL, DATENTRY, REPORT, and INQUIRY.
FILEOPS: Menu of program development utilities. Links to COMPILE, CREATE, SCRATCH, COMPANY, RPTDISP, SELPRT, SORT, COPY, SORTFILE, FILEPARM, and BACKPROC.
FILEPARM: Displays information about a file, including modification history, index information, and physical disk location.
FILEREAD: Reads any file and checks on its internal integrity, producing a report. All types of files may be checked. Used to check for concealed file damage.
FILESIZE: Accepts several parameters about an indexed file, then predicts how many blocks of disk space will be required for it.
FINDTEXT: File search utility. Searches for character strings in one file or in an entire library. Options to select files in a library, ignore character case, and print or display the results.
FINDVOL: A subroutine that tests for the presence or absence of a file.
FINGER: Rude game.
FLOPYGEN: Diskette copy utility. Sums the block counts of the selected files, then copies them to 8" diskettes.
FONTLOAD: Finds uninstalled laser printer fonts and installs them.
FSIDISPL: Displays the last print file created by the user.
FVN: "Fix volume names." Used to change the name of a volume; new name may even be the same as a presently-mounted volume.
GAMEMENU: Menu of some ISWU games.
GAMEPLAY: Menu of 32 games.
GAMESMEN: Menu of 14 games.
GENCTL: Creates Wang CONTROL files from COBOL source files.
GENESIS: Displays system configuration and prints a report. Does not recognize most new terminals or printers.
GENLIST: Obsolete listing utility for GENEDIT files. Does not recognize most new terminals or printers.
GENMENU: Menu of program generating tools. Links to COBGEN, EZFORMAT, DATENTRY, and RPTGEN.
GENSRC: Converts object code to Assembler source.
GETLIBES: Part of the COMPARE utility. Not required for operation.
GETLINE: Part of the ADDLINE utility. Required for operation.
GETNAME: Disk mounting utility. Allows volumes with the same name to be mounted simultaneously, with one temporarily relabeled to avoid conflict.
GETPARM: Demonstration of the GETPARM subroutine. Useful training tool to understand how to prepare GETPARM calls in programs.
GETVOLS: Returns the names of currently mounted volumes.
GOEM: Part of the COMPILE utility. Not required for operation.
HELP: Program subroutine to create, display, and maintain on-line documentation within applications. Accepts Word Processing documents as input. Also used by the CONFIG, ISWUMENU, and SECURE utilities.
HELPU: Part of the HELP utility. Required for operation.
HELPUP: Part of the HELP utility. Required for operation.
HEXCALC: Hexadecimal and decimal calculator. Uses a rolling stack for computations.
IBDISPLY: Part of the IBMATRIX utility. Required for operation.
IBM: Example of a CONVERTC file. Intended to convert some IBM COBOL syntax to VS COBOL. (See also BURROUGH and TOIBM.)
IBMATRIX: Searches COBOL and RPGII program source files, creating a listing of files used by them. Procedure file; must be edited before use.
IBMATRX1: Part of the IBMATRIX utility. Required for operation.
IBMATRX2: Part of the IBMATRIX utility. Required for operation.
IBMPRINT: Converts a IBM print file (EBCDIC collating sequence) to an ASCII print file in VS format. Accepts files from disk or tape. Similar to PRINTIBM (described below).
IDENT: Part of the GENCTL utility. Not required for operation.
INITMANY: Disk format utility. Allows repeated formatting of diskettes. Options to initialize all diskettes with the same name or prompts for each name. Works only with 8" diskettes.
JOBACCTG: A sample REPORT definition showing use of the log file created by the SMF utility.
KEYIN: Subroutine used by the BASEBALL and BOWLINGS games. Not required for operation.
LIBRXREF: Scans COBOL source files and produces a list of data names, their characteristics, and their level of definition.
LIBSIZE: Accepts the name of a library, then produces a report of disk usage of each file in blocks.
LIST: Lists file parameters for files in a given library. Primarily screen-oriented, with print options.
LIST80: Produces listings of 80-character source files. Can work with a single file or an entire library. Options for a space between lines and a space after the line number.
LISTCLIB: Scans COBOL source files and produces listings of COPY statements or subroutine calls.
LISTDOCS: Lists document summary data for WP documents in a given library or volume. Options to select by access date, create date, Operator, or Author.
LISTLABL: Displays technical attributes for a file, including the file's physical location on the disk.
LISTLOG: Part of the SMF utility. Demonstration procedure showing log file reporting process.
LOADCODE: Program subroutine that forces the system to reload microcode to a given device.
LOGPROC: Generates logon procedures. Accepts information for most usage constants, then creates a procedure to match. Items can default to system values.
MACROUSE: Cross-reference of macro usage in source files. Works with Assembler, COBOL, FORTRAN, PL/I, RPGII, and Z80 source files.
MACXREF: Older macro usage cross-reference utility. Similar by MACROUSE.
MAIL: A system for sending messages to single users, groups of users, or to all users. Messages are entered on a screen, then sent by entering the ID of the receiving party. Group lists may be defined.
MAILLIST: Part of the MAIL utility. Logs the date and time that messages were received. Required for operation.
MAILP: Demonstration procedure for the MAIL utility. Not required for operation.
MAILREM: Part of the MAIL utility. Removes messages that are over 30 days old and all messages sent by users no longer in the USERLIST. Must be run by a System Security Administrator. Required for operation.
MAINMENU: Root menu for several other menus, including DEVELOP, CONVERTM, FILEMAN, and UTILMENU. Option to run any other program does not work properly.
MEMBPRNT: Prints listings of source files. The user can select files to be printed or print all files in a library. An error message appears for files that are not consecutive and 80 characters in length.
MEMDUMP: Dumps the user's segment 2 area to the workstation's screen.
MENGENC: Part of the MENUGEN utility. Not required for operation.
MENU: Generic system menu. Many utilities listed no longer exist.
MENUCODE: Part of the MENUGEN utility. Not required for operation.
MENUGEN: Creates a COBOL menu program from an EZFORMAT screen definition file. Option to link to the SMF utility for application usage logging.
MERGEGEN: Extracts data from a file using a related CONTROL file, then builds a merge document from that data. Used to merge data processing information into Word Processing formats.
MORTGAGE: Calculates the amount of a mortgage payment given amount, term, interest percentage.
MOUNT: Mounts disks or tapes with full control of label processing, system usage, and mount screen display. An illustration of the options available in the MOUNT subroutine.
NEWEZFMT: Similar to EZFORMAT, but allows control of field attributes (bright, dim, etc.). MENU option can be set to log off the user if there is no keyboard activity for a set amount of time.
NEWPASS: Allows users to change their own passwords without Security Administrator privileges. See also PASSWORD and PASSWRD2.
NEXTID: Part of the GENCTL utility. Not required for operation.
OBJSCAN: Search subprogram for SCANOBJ. Could be used with other front-end programs.
OCL2PROC: Conversion tool. Converts IBM OCL files into Procedure files.
OISTAPE: Copies documents to and from tape. Intended to assist in getting documents to OIS systems.
OPENF: Part of the COMPILE utility. Not required for operation.
PARANOIA: Verifies that copies of disk files are identical. Works with single files or with entire libraries.
PASSWORD: Allows users to change their own passwords. Both old and new passwords are concealed. See also PASSWRD2 and NEWPASS.
PASSWRD2: Allows users to change their own passwords and the 24-character user name associated with their ID. See also PASSWORD and NEWPASS.
PAUSE: Stops a task for a given amount of time. Typically used to allow background procedure to "freeze" until needed.
PHONETIC: A program subroutine that converts text information (up to sixteen characters) to a phonetic equivalent. Used to access name information where the exact spelling is not known.
PHONTEST: Sample COBOL program that demonstrates the PHONETIC subroutine.
PREPDISK: Prepares VS Word Processing archiving disks. Works only with 8" format.
PRINTEST: Generates a print file that can be used to test printers. Tests include a full list of characters and their hexadecimal equivalents, underscored text, and carriage returns.
PRINTFIG: Another obsolete GENEDIT print utility. Confused by most newer peripherals.
PRINTIBM: Converts IBM-format print files on disk or tape to Wang disk print file format. Also converts EBCDIC characters to ASCII.
PRINTVS: Converts Wang VS print files to IBM format. Also converts the ASCII characters to EBCDIC. Output can be to tape or disk.
PRNTCTL: Prints a listing of the parameters of one or more CONTROL files.
PRNTFORM: Non-functional print formatting utility.
PRNTLIBE: Lists all source files in a library. Files to be listed may be selected with "wild-card" elements.
PRNTMANY: Lists editor (source) files without headers. Options for lines per page and the number of copies to be printed.
PRNTRDF: Prints a listing of the parameters of one or more REPORT definitions.
PROCFORM: Creates a Procedure language file interactively by capturing GETPARM information from screen dumps while a program is run interactively.
PROCGEN: Creates a Procedure language file for certain Wang utilities. Designed to work with earlier versions of some utilities; generated procedures may require further editing to function properly.
PROCSU: Part of the CONFIG and ISWUMENU applications. Required for operation.
PROCSUP: Part of the CONFIG and ISWUMENU applications. Required for operation.
PROGNAME: Part of the MENUGEN and RPTGEN utilities. Not required for operation.
PRT2SAVE: Converts a print file of a screen into an EZFORMAT source file. Can be used to recover "lost" EZFORMAT source.
PRT2TEXT: Converts assembler listings to 80-character files that can be printed by TEXTPRT. After conversion, the EDITOR is run so that print control characters can be inserted.
QJOB: Background queue control screen. Similar to the PROCEDURE QUEUE options available from the command processor. May be useful when the HELP key has been disabled.
REGERRS: Part of the REGRESSN utility. Required for operation.
REGFILE: Part of the REGRESSN utility. Required for operation.
REGMERGE: Part of the REGRESSN utility. Required for operation.
REGOPEN: Part of the REGRESSN utility. Required for operation.
REGRESSN: Collection of programs that perform statistical analysis. Calculations include mean, standard deviation, and t-test. Output may be sent to the CRT or printer.
REGSCA1: Part of the REGRESSN utility. Required for operation.
REGSCA2: Part of the REGRESSN utility. Required for operation.
REGSCALE: Part of the REGRESSN utility. Required for operation.
RELFILE: Releases excess file space allocations in single files. See demonstration procedure RELFILEP for usage.
RELFILEP: Demonstration procedure for RELFILE.
RENAME: Program that renames a file or library.
RENAMEP: Part of the CONFIG and ISWUMENU applications. Required for operation.
REPRND: Part of the SCRAMBLE utility. Not required for operation.
RERUN: Re-runs a procedure a specified number of times. Options to abort processing based on a return code and to wait a specified time between runs.
RESPONSE: Calculates the estimated response time for remote workstations, based on the polling time, bit rate, and number of transactions per minute.
RESVFILE: Part of the COBGEN utility. List of COBOL reserved words. Required for operation.
RPGCALL: A program subroutine that allows RPGII programs to statically line to other subroutines.
RPGDE: RPGII source generator. Old; refers to non-existent CNTRLGEN and BASISDE utilities.
RPGINFO: Documentation file showing the proper use of the RPGCALL subroutine.
RPT2RPG: Converts a REPORT file to RPGII source code.
RPTFORM: Prints a copy of REPORT file characteristics for a single file.
RPTGEN: Converts a REPORT file to COBOL source. Usually complete except for selection logic.
RPTLOG: Sample REPORT utility file for SMF utility.
SAVE2KL: Converts EZFORMAT screen files ('SAVE' files) into assembler keylists.
SCANOBJ: Scans object files for section names. Used to find where program subroutines have been used.
SCANSRC: Scans source file libraries for the presence of selected text.
SCRAMBLE: Primary module of the SCRAMBLE utilities, a collection of tools for encrypting data files. Required for operation.
SCRATCH: Allows the user to scratch a file, a library, selected files in a library, or selected libraries on a volume. Option to bypass expiration date checking.
SCRATCH#: Scratches all print files on the system.
SCRATCHW: Scratches work files created by the Wang program editor.
SCREEN: Program subroutine that captures the contents of the workstation's screen. Options to create a print file or an image file.
SCRNS2WP: Converts screen print files into Word Processing documents. Can merge several print files into a single document.
SECLIST: Alternative listing of the USERLIST file. Shows Segment 2 (Modifiable Data Area) and workstations restricted FROM or TO; does not show starting procedures or security profile.
SECURE: Controls access to applications by validating user IDs. Can also block access to an application temporarily. Also used by the CONFIG and ISWUMENU applications.
SECUREU: Part of the CONFIG, ISWUMENU, and SECURE applications. Required for operation.
SECUREUP: Part of the CONFIG, ISWUMENU, and SECURE applications. Required for operation.
SELALL: Part of the COMPILE utility. Not required for operation.
SELCOPY: Selective copy utility. Files can be selected based on dates, file owner, or protection class.
SELDSFB: Part of the COMPILE utility. Not required for operation.
SELECTER: Displays files in a library or libraries on a volume, allowing the user to select a file or library. Passes the item selected back to the calling program or procedure.
SELFILE: Part of the COMPILE utility. Not required for operation.
SELFIND: Part of the COMPILE utility. Not required for operation.
SELGETF: Part of the COMPILE utility. Not required for operation.
SELGETP: Part of the COMPILE utility. Not required for operation.
SELHEAD: Part of the COMPILE utility. Not required for operation.
SELNWS: Part of the COMPILE utility. Not required for operation.
SELPRINT: Selective print utility. Allows users to print, scratch, and set up files for requeue. Lacks display capability.
SETFACS: Part of the DSGNAID and SHOWSCRN utilities. Not required for operation.
SETRL: Part of the CONVERTC, DATAGEN, and EZPRINT utilities. Not required for operation.
SETWP: Allows the user to set the default Word Processing library and glossary from a data processing program or under program control.
SHOWIT: Part of the MENUGEN utility. Not required for operation.
SHOWSCRN: Displays all EZFORMAT screen files in a given library. Also allows easy modification by linking to EZFORMAT directly from the utility.
SHRFTERM: Terminates shared files held by "hung" workstation. Does not appear to function with 6- or 7-level operating systems.
SMF: "System Management Functions." A collection of programs that record program usage statistics, including clock and CPU time, device I/Os, and return codes. Works in conjunction with the LINK subroutine.
SMFCTL: Part of the SMF utility. CONTROL file for the log file.
SMFDISP: Part of the SMF utility. Shows the contents of the log file.
SMFINIT: Part of the SMF utility. Initializes the SMF system by creating a new log file. Required for operation.
SMFLINK: Part of the SMF utility. Starts or stops logging activities. Required for operation.
SMFLNK: Part of the SMF utility. Abbreviated name for SMFLINK to use with FORTRAN programs. May be required for operation.
SMFMENU: Part of the SMF utility. Required for operation.
SMFPRINT: Part of the SMF utility. Required for operation.
SMFPROC: Part of the SMF utility. Required for operation.
SMFPROC1: Part of the SMF utility. Required for operation.
SMFRPT: Part of the SMF utility. Required for operation.
SOLIDIT: Program subroutine used by the CONVERT program. Not required for operation.
SORTFILE: Lists disk files by owner ID, with selections for user ID, volume, and file type. Sums disk usage by user. Can be used to monitor disk usage and encourage users to clean up excess files.
SQREPORT: Alternative method of controlling elements within the REPORT utility.
SRCDIFF: Part of the COMPARE utility. Not required for operation.
START: Part of the SUPCOPY utility. Not required for operation.
STDASCII: Example translation table for the TRANSL8 utility.
STOPWAT: Turns the user's workstation into a stopwatch, displaying start, stop, and elapsed times.
SUBRLIST: Early (11/01/78) documentation to some of the major SVC subroutines. Reasonably good examples in BASIC and COBOL. May be current information for many of the subroutines (e.g. BELL, LOGOFF, etc.).
SUPCOPY: Multi-file copy utility. Combines files from various libraries and volumes onto disk or tape. Option to reorganize indexed files on the output volume.
SUPRCOPY: Non-functional copy utility.
SUPRLINK: Links all programs in a library to a single subroutine library. Complements the COMPILE utility for mass linking of object files.
SYMDISP: Displays symbolic section data for object files. Shows the section name; the source file, library, and volume; and the listing file, library, and volume.
SYMPATCH: Similar to SYMDISP, but allows modifications to the symbolic section data. Can be used to redirect object files to the current locations of their related listings.
SYSCODE: Generates, displays, or updates system code information (the information read by the VERSIONS utility). Information includes the copyright date, create date and time, version number, and the operating system in use.
SYSCODES: Subroutine that accepts version information and creates a header in the object file.
TAPEDUMP: Dumps the contents of tapes to a report. Can read labelled and non-labelled tapes and translate EBCDIC characters to ASCII on the report.
TESTADDL: Demonstration program for the ADDLINE subroutine.
TESTALFA: Demonstration program for the ALFANMBR subroutine.
TESTGETL: Demonstration program for the GETLINE subroutine.
TESTPHON: Demonstration program for the PHONETIC subroutine.
TESTSCRN: Demonstration program for the SCREEN subroutine.
TESTSRTC: Demonstration program for the SORTCALL subroutine.
TESTUPLW: Demonstration program for the UPLOW subroutine.
TESTVOL: Demonstration program for the FINDVOL subroutine.
TEXTPRT: Source file print format tool. Accepts files created by the Wang EDITOR and prints them with or without line numbers.
TEXTU: Part of the CONFIG and ISWUMENU applications. Required for operation.
TEXTUP: Part of the CONFIG and ISWUMENU applications. Required for operation.
TICTACTO: Simulation of tic-tac-toe. Converted from 2200 systems.
TIMER: Cute program that sets "alarms" on the workstation.
TOIBM: Sample CONVERTC parameter file showing conversion from VS COBOL to IBM COBOL. (See also IBM and BURROUGH.)
TRANSGEN: Generates a procedure to convert files using TRANSL. Obsolete references are used (e.g. TRANSL, not TRANSL8).
TRANSL8: Performs a variety of character conversions and translations. Works in conjunction with a CONTROL file to change only selected fields.
TRANSRC: Converts source files in upper and lower case to to upper case only.
UNSCRAM: Part of the SCRAMBLE utility. Returns files to their original unscrambled form. Required for operation.
UPLOW: Program subroutine that converts names in upper case to upper and lower case.
UTILMENU: Generic menu for programmers.
VAXTOVS: Converts Digital Equipment (DEC) VAX tapes to VS format. (See also DECTOVS.)
VE: Part of the COMPILE utility. Not required for operation.
VERSIONS: Extracts system code information for those programs that have it. Now a Wang utility (in the system library). (See SYSCODE for more information.)
VOLCOPY: Volume copy utility; uses sector-by-sector processing. Not the same as the VOLCOPY now in the system library.
VOLDISP: Displays disk information by block for a non-labeled disk.
VOLFRAG: Disk management utility. Shows the physical order of files on a disk. Report may be in file or disk order.
VOLPRINT: Prints a listing of files, libraries, or volumes showing the file's modification and security information. Sorted by file within library.
VSLOGOFF: Part of the SMF application. Required for operation.
VSLOGON: Part of the SMF application. Required for operation.
VTOCDISP: Displays Volume Table of Contents (VTOC) block information in decimal or hexadecimal.
VTOCFIX: Repairs some types of corrupted VTOCs.
VTOCINST: Documentation file for VTOCFIX. Required for operation.
VTOCTEST: Lists files with allocations greater than a given number of blocks on the workstation. Also shows additional file attributes, including the physical disk position of the file.
WHATKIND: Mounts a diskette (8" only) and attempts to determine what format it is in.
WPDCPYWP: Part of the WPSREORG utility. Required for operation.
WPDELUT: Deletes a range of Word Processing documents.
WPDISP: Early version of Wang's DISPLAY utility that allows understandable display of a Word Processing document.
WPLIST: Provides a means of managing Word Processing libraries by allowing the user to review summary data for any document in a production library. Also prints an index of documents by library.
WPSRBACG: Part of the WPSREORG utility. Required for operation.
WPSREORG: Mass reorganization program for Word Processing files. Uses COPYWP for file reorganization; works in background. Logs progress and space saved.
WSTRAIN: Demonstrates the VS workstation.
WXAEZWS: Part of the EZWS utility. Required for operation.
WXAEZWS1: Part of the EZWS utility. Required for operation.
WXAEZWS2: Part of the EZWS utility. Required for operation.
XFERMANY: Sends or retrieves multiple files to or from other systems using the Wang TRANSFER utility and Wang Systems Networking (WSN). Up to 20 files or libraries may be specified at one time.
XFERSCRN: Screen file for the XFERMANY utility. Required for operation.
YESNO: Part of the COMPILE utility. Not required for operation.
Z80: Z80 macro assembler.
Z80LINK: Linker for Z80 macro assembler.
Z80SIM: Symbolic debugger for Z80 macro assembler.