Gene,

not in front of a machine I can do mi in right now

but won't that ol' <20|b> work or is that too stupid?
additionally *(1)"b looks pretty grand looking at what you wrote, you answered 
your own question didnt you?

It is friday, Gene..............settle down.............LOL


Ron 




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To: MI400@xxxxxxxxxxxx
From: Gene_Gaunt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Fri, 13 Oct 2006 13:07:04 -0400
Subject: [MI400] replication in array initialization

I noticed MI seems to interpret replication differently between array and
non-array initializations, for example:

DCL DD A    CHAR(6) INIT(*(1)(2)"a", *(3)(4)"b");
DCL DD B(6) CHAR(6) INIT(*(1)(2)"a", *(3)(4)"b");

this results in A:

"aabbbb"

and results in B:

"a     "
"a     "
"b     "
"b     "
"b     "
"b     "

I'm looking for a way to initialize first element in array B to "aaaaaa" by
specifying the "a" once, with replication factor 6.

Is this possible?

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