Just tells the compiler to not leave any variable in memory that are not be
used. If I defined a variable named Variable1 but did not use it it still
would have storage allocated to even though it was never referenced. With
*UNREF, no storage is allocated.

On Mon, Oct 8, 2012 at 9:58 AM, <rpglist@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I what this option is supposed to do, but I'm wondering why it doesn't
remove the variables from the compiler listing as well?

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