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Subject:One-step Procedures From:Daniel Wise <dewise -at- IX -dot- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Sat, 2 Aug 1997 22:55:36 -0500
I have to step into this on the side of those who question one-step
IMHO, there are no one-step procedures. Either the one step should be
combined with another procedure or you should look to make sure you haven't
missed some kind of either/or situation that would result in more than one
procedural step. I would tend to think that the one step would be part of
some larger operation nearly all the time.