On Wednesday 28 November 2001 21:35, Buck Calabro wrote:
> If you define:
> d string        100a   based(result)
>
> what do you see in the string?  If "result" reallu points to a good
> address, then "string" will see what's in there.  If you try to manipulate
> "result" directly, all you're going to see is the address, not the data AT
> that address.
>   --buck

That's what I have... ResultChar is based on Result, and this is the debug
info (just before %str() creates a pointer error):

 > EVAL result
   RESULT = SPP:*NULL
 > EVAL Resultchar
   Variable not available to display.
 > EVAL pdu_ds
   NEXT OF PDU_DS = SPP:E9EB3556D5003A10
   OID OF PDU_DS = SPP:E9EB3556D5003A20
   ASN_TYPE OF PDU_DS = SPP:E9EB3556D5003A30
   VAL_LEN OF PDU_DS = 90
   RESULT OF PDU_DS = SPP:E9EB3556D5003A50


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