You can just define it like this:


You can now target a field defined this way in your set statement.

Terry Grider

-----Original Message-----
From: rick.baird@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:rick.baird@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, June 10, 2004 2:04 PM
To: cobol400-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [COBOL400-L] I'm stumped - working storage tables indexed by 

what type and size is an table index field?

to save an index field, how what type and size of field should the result
of a 'SET' verb be?

can you directly compare the index field to the save field? - IF

I'm having a problem with a program that's worked forever, until now - my
index field is getting hammered, making a move to a table element that
isn't in the bounds of the field.



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