Sorry, my memory's not what it used to be :-)  What parm program is
that?

If you want to know the maximum and minimum number of parms for a
non-observable pgm, you can dump the pgm with SST.  Scan the listing for
MAXA and MINA.

--Dave

On Wed, 2004-09-08 at 06:19, Ron Melby wrote:
> I am on release 3.2 on an old cisc 9401.........don't cry for me....;} but I 
> am trying to get parms from program calls in the manner of Dave McKenzie's 
> parm program but I have problems because QCAPTRS gets in the way and says 
> that parms do not match.........once in a while I get the message that tells 
> me what the entry min(x) should be and that solves that problem....but most 
> of the time the message does not appear and a dsppgm(of the kind of programs 
> i am pondering) does not tell positional parms. Does anyone have an answer 
> or some insight........thanks, ron



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