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fixed

Granted, but really all you need to do is put all of your homegrown 'bifs'
in a binding directory and include in your h-spec. You shouldn't be running
your ILE programs in the default activation group anyway.

Thanks,

Mark

Mark D. Walter
Senior Programmer/Analyst
CCX, Inc.
mwalter@xxxxxxxxxx
http://www.ccxinc.com


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I do not understand subprocedures all that well, but I do know that to use
a
%bif I only need to use it.  I don't have to bind, or compile my programs
in
any special way.  For someone on RPGIII, using %bif() is easy to learn.
Using his/her first subprocedure will not be an easy task.



At  least it wasn't for me.



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Booth Martin

http://www.martinvt.com

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From: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion

Date: 10/29/04 10:48:11

To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion

Subject: Re: *** ADMIN: New article posted at imho.midrange.com



I read that article.  Some good points, some interesting concepts.

Technically I do think IBM allows us to create our own bifs - they're

called subprocedures.  Maybe you can't put a percent sign in front of your

own.  Then again, if it was required it might drive some people nuts like

having to put a semicolon at the end of a free format rpg statement seems

to send some people into an epileptic fit.



Rob Berendt

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