On Thu, 17 Mar 2005, Simon Coulter wrote:

You say RPG is passing a 'file pointer' as 10I 0? That's not a pointer. It is a descriptor which suggests you are using the open() function in RPG. Note that the C example is using fopen() which does return a pointer (hence the * in the definition of FILE * infile; They ain't the same thing.

DOH! This was it. Stupid me for not noticing. I don't remember seeing any compiler messages about using a pointer without a cast a la gcc does. Oh well, it works. Thank you.


James Rich

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