Just wanted to let the ;list know that I got the cgi cobol to finally work today! It is printing the report to the screen. I figured out that instead of the cgi to format the numbers, let cobol do it with the Pic ZZZ,ZZ9. I move the count variable which is a S9(6) to the "Z" variable and then move that to the varval(v1) variable and then call the procedure like the one below. It inserted the commas in the right place and printed zeroes when needed. WS-REG-CNT is the S9(6) variable TREGULAR IS THE PIC ZZZ,ZZ9 variable. Here is an example: * Set variable /%REGULAR%/ compute v1 = v1 + 1 move 'REGULAR' to varnm(v1) move zero to tregular Move WS-REG-CNT to TREGULAR Move tregular to varval(v1) call procedure 'TICHECKR' using varval(v1) varln(v1). This has definitely been a learning experience. My supervisor just wants me to tweak it a little to make it look a little better. But all in all. I am VERY Happy!! :) Diane Nott
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