Thanks James, it compiles and runs OK... perhaps any IBMers on the list want
to take note with the manual and put in this new code (with due credit of
course)...

But I'm still naive with pointers, so I dont know how to view the results.
I'm in debug, the snmpget works ok and I'm viewing *pdu, *varbind, str_val
all with varying results but I'm just guessing where I'm meant to look...

 > EVAL *pdu
   (*pdu).pdu_type = ''
   (*pdu).error_status = 0
   (*pdu).error_index = 0
   (*pdu).varbind = SPP:DB82BFF175000300
 > EVAL v
   v.str_val = SPP:*NULL
   v.int_val = SPP:*NULL

Is ths the right place to look, and the program really has returned a NULL
or...?

Thanks,
Brendan

On Thursday 29 November 2001 00:25, James Rich wrote:
>
> Alright, I think I have some code that should do what the sample code
> intends.  Reading from the comments it looks like you are supposed to make
> up some return values.  So I did.  I also cleaned it up a bit and took off
> some comments that I thought hindered more than help.  It is attached.
> For people on the mailing list if you want the attachment let me know and
> I'll send it to you directly.
>
> James Rich
> james@eaerich.com


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