• Subject: Re: RPG400 SDA query?
  • From: Tim Truax <truax@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 23 Oct 1997 22:44:11 -0400

> Tim,
>         Arrays are the S/36 style way to handle a "list" of things on a 
>display.
> The "native" way would be to use a subfile.  It's a bit of an education, but I
> think you'll like them once you use them...

I have been studying them (just scratching the surface really) and find
them very wonderful.  However this particular instance will always only
be 6 elements as output only and a 6,1 byte answers 'Y' or 'N'.  I am
studying subfiles from the 1992 News/400 article series that covered
about 4 months.. I think Oct 1992 thru February 1992.. they really made
dealing with screens full of data simple.  :)
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