What really matters is, what is the CCSID of your source physical file?

You could try this:


Then copy your C source into a member in this file and try to compile from there.


Mark S. Waterbury

> On 10/10/2012 12:58 PM, drazek_g wrote:

I have simple c program:
int main(void)
return 0;

14 - for compilation and error
The character } is not a valid C source character.

It is a CCSID issue.
I have on my profile and source file CCSID=273.

"trigraphs". ??< and ??> works ok.

I tried #pragma convert(273) and also compilation parameter CRTBNDC TGTCCSID(37), but it still doesn't work.
Any Idea?

Gred Drazek

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