wow!  thanks.  I did not know this.  Probably I should have, but didn't. 
Would UPDATE work the same way? So that one can:

  C     KeyFld        UPDATRecordName                       99
  C   99KeyFld        WRITERecordName                       99

In <35567132.A8CF327F@premsys.com>, on 05/10/98 
   at 10:32 PM, "Rick Baird" <rbbaird@Premsys.com> said:

>Chris Rehm wrote:
> 
>> Hmm, can you let me know what you use to delete a record in RPG? It has 
>always
>> taken me two statements (CHAIN, DELETE) and now with standards that 
>disapprove
>> of left hand indicators, I tend to use four (CHAIN, IFNE *ON, DELETE, ENDIF).
>> 

>Chris,

>Try this:
>                                                                 >> C    
>KeyFld        DELETE    RecordName                         99

>99 is on if no record is found.  
>Factor 1 can be a rrn, or a key list.

>Regards,

>Rick


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