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Re: calling programs with parameters from the command line



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You need to pass numeric parameters as hex. Your call will look like...

Call pgm1 (X'0000087F')

The rules with hex values is the last position must end in F. The amount of
positions between the single quotes (including the F) must be an even
amount. For instance, if your parameter was defined as 2,0 and you wanted
to pass the value of 99, the hex value will look like...
X'099F' = 99 for the 2,0 parameter value and an extra 0 to make the amount
of positions between the quotes an even amount.

Hope this helps
Lloyd Bailey
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As you cal tell from this question I'm new to the 400/iSeries environment.



I want to call a program (pgm1) with one parameter (PRM01) from the command
line.

The parameter is 7,0 in the program and the value I want to pass is 87



I think the command line entry is:



Call pgm1 (0000087)



Obviously this is wrong because the program abends on a data error when I
use the above instruction format.



What should the command line entry look like?





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