• Subject: RE: CLEAR Opcode?
  • From: "Kahn, David (kahn)" <KAHN@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 14 Nov 1997 09:52:03 +0500

Note that *ALL in factor 2 is available in RPG/IV only.

Dave Kahn, TCO, Kazakstan
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kahn@tengizchevroil.com   (to November 25)
dkahn@cix.compulink.co.uk (from November 26)

>-----Original Message-----
>From:  Dave Mahadevan [SMTP:mahadevan@fuse.net]
>Sent:  Thursday, 13 November, 1997 09:05
>To:    MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
>Subject:       Re: CLEAR Opcode?
>
>You can use *ALL in factor 2 of the CLEAR Op code to clear all fields.
>
>Somthing like
>CLEAR  *ALL   RECFMT
>
>This works for input only, output only or i/o files.  Also, if you specify
>*NOKEY
>in factor 1, it will leave the key fields alone. There is a blurb in the
>manual
>that says you cant use *ALL under certain  i/o conditions with certain i/o
>fields.  ignore it.  It clears the fields.  Now  IBM, do not go messing
>around to
>make the code work like the manual.
>
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