Thanks Dennis.

Eliminating the pragma has no effect. Or rather, implementing the
pragma has no effect.

Man, I am _not_ a fan of EBCDIC. I can't have the source in my job
CCSID as the editors I'm using (jedit for instance) quite naturally
can't handle EBCDIC but this means I'm harassed by the compiler for
daring to have source in anything but CCSID 37... Yuck.

2011/3/4 Dennis Lovelady <iseries@xxxxxxxxxxxx>:
Well, unless I'm misreading, the documentation seems ambiguous since it
doesn't indicate whether the CCSID in question is the SOURCE or TARGET
CCSID, and doesn't indicate whether "the other side" is the Job CCSID,
the file CCSID or something else.  You seem to think it's for specifying
TARGET, and that SOURCE is the file's CCSID.  (You may be right; I'm
playing devil's advocate here.)

What happens when you eliminate the #pragma?
"We must believe in luck. For how else can we explain the success of
those we don't like?"
  -- Jean Cocteau

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Subject: [C400-L] pragma convert of string literal
Date: Fri, 4 Mar 2011 15:52:27 +0100


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