At 06:57 PM 12/6/97 -0500, boothm@ibm.net wrote:
>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.

Setting on LR simply tells the program that, when it RETURNS (either by
comming to the end of a cycle or executing RETURN), that it should exit and
release the resources it has claimed.

RETURN actually causes the program to exit.  

If LR is *NOT* turned on when you execute a RETURN, the resources that the
program is using remain allocated to the program.

david

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