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Hi Art

We went looking everywhere and could not find an equivalent. So instead, we
updated all our scripts to add an environment variable $DEVNULL, which we
set to a real file when uname is OS400, and /dev/null when it isn't. Then
when processing is done, we delete the $DEVNULL file if it's OS400.


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Subject: [C400-L] dev/null

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        What would be the AS400 equivalent of the Unix dev/null? I have some
reports that are produced in a qshell C program but don't want to print, or
save them. In Unix the reports could be sent to the dev/null object which is
a 'black hole'. Is there such a object on the AS400 that behaves the same as
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