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RE: Finding the length of a passed parameter



fixed

That is so System/36  8>)

Albert York                          

        -----Original Message-----
        From:   Vern Hamberg [SMTP:vhamberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
        Sent:   Thursday, September 18, 2003 1:22 PM
        To:     Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
        Subject:        RE: Finding the length of a passed parameter

        Anyone heard of an *LDA?

        Ducking  ;-)

        Vern

        At 02:49 PM 9/18/2003 -0500, you wrote:
        >Albert, if you can deal with the calling program(s) then can you
define one
        >parm of max length?
        >
        >If you can make your shop standard be one parm in all called
programs then
        >you can define an external data structure for each set of programs
so that
        >you have one huge parm that is always the same length, and the
content is
        >always consistent because both the called and calling programs use
the same
        >externally defined data structure?
        >
        >(sometimes a cat can be skinned in another way?)
        >
        >---------------------------------------------------------
        >Booth Martin http://www.MartinVT.com
        >Booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx
        >---------------------------------------------------------


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