Information on dased and iaed

Sascha Runge <S.Runge@ecan.ibm.de> Fri, 31 July 1992 11:38 UTC

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Where can I get more Inforamtion on dased and iaed besides the man-pages ?
How do they work ?

Alexander Runge
(runge@ecan.ibm.de)