Erik, Peter,

This is the solution, thank you for your help.

Regards,

Bruno

On 29/02/2012 11:26, Erik Olsson wrote:
I think you have a number of APIs to choose from, stat() for instance.
I don't work on OS/400 any longer myself but check stat() out or take
a look at the API finder pages.

Best regards,
Erik

2012/2/29 Bruno VARON<bruno.varon@xxxxxxxxx>:
Hello,

My program needs to copy a part of a *STMF. (begin at position, offset)
To do that, I need to know the source's CCSID because the target file
have to be created with the same CCSID.
Is someone knows how to retrieve this CCSID with C/400 ?

Thanks for the help,

Bruno VARON

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