• Subject: Re: How does a %SWITCH work in a CL program
  • From: "Rick Baird" <rbbaird@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 16:58:45 -0500
  • Organization: Premium Systems, Inc.


Not quite, the Xs in the switch condition %SWITCH(1XXXXXXX) means "It doesn't 
matter what this switch is set to".  In this case, all
that only matters is the condition of U1.  U2 thru U8 have no bearing on the 

> The %SWITCH in CL is used to control the ControlLevel indicators namely U1 
> U8. In your case, the CL program is checking whether U1=*ON and all other U
> indicators are off.
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