In your first post you said "The odt header is like 0020 2801."

Where did you see this?  Can you post a snip, with some of the stuff
around it?

--Dave

On Wed, 2004-09-15 at 11:32, Ron Melby wrote:
> my first post still stands :
> the ODT for the *entry claims 0020
> the Symbol for the *entry claims 0001
> 
> thanks for the tip gene but this looks like the s/38 appendix with a few 
> changes, and well worth having :-]
> 
> >From: Gene_Gaunt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> >Algorithm is: the ODT number is an index into the ODT array of 4-byte
> >elements.
> >
> >FYI: the MI Reference in the Information Center (under "MI Topics -->
> >Program Object Specifications") contains a complete layout and explanation
> >of every bit and byte in the ODT.



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