on 12/06/97at 12:07 PM, the Great and Grand  Wazir John Carr
<74711.77@compuserve.com> said:

>The RETURN CL command just ends the program and returns to its caller.
>Just like Setting on *INLR and doing a Return opcode in RPG.   

I am still unclear then.  I'd felt that setting on *INLR and also doing a
RETURN was redundant.  I'd felt that a programmer would plan on one, the
other, or neither.

Also, is there anything wrong with RETURNing from a program and relying
upon the closing of upstream programs to close the downstream programs?

Booth Martin     

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