RE:     Re: CLEAR Opcode?

>>Vern Hamberg wrote:
>> I heartily recommend a product available at <http://WWW.CONN2000.COM>,
>> called CVTILERPG. It does a lot more than the IBM-supplied CVTRPGSRC, and
>> costs only $299 US.
>>

>There is a minor problem with this product.  If you use RPG's ability to 
>truncate
>on the left on a numerical operation, this product may produce unintended
>results, since it converts most numerical operations into EVAL op code.
>Dave Mahadevan.. mailto:mahadevan@fuse.net


Thats right.  So if you MULT to convert dates or anything else where 
you would get a decimal overflow.  With the EVAL,
You would now get a CPF runtime error.

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