You can not use &key in that way. the variable &key is how a CLP (CLLE)
defines field name key (it places an & in front of the name).
You want to define a field in your program (call it key for example). In
your program, load the value that you want and then build your command as
FROMKEY(1 ' + Key + ')) TOKEY(1 (' + key + '))'

Build field key as a character value and include the X' as the first 2
bytes and the F' as the last 2 bytes.

Jeff Young
Sr. Programmer Analyst

On Fri, May 16, 2014 at 1:34 PM, tim.dclinc@xxxxxxxxx via MIDRANGE-L <
midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

i can do the following from command line:

FROMKEY(1 (X'0563278F')) TOKEY(1 (X'0563278F'))

the file key field is defined as 7,0 packed.

i would like to do this in a cl program with a variable like:

FROMKEY(1 (&key)) TOKEY(1 (&key))

im not sure how to define the &key variable and how to initialize it with
hex data

any suggestions?
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