mohammad khan wrote:

You might want to consider using the manuals for your first 
attempts at these sort of jobs... They have excellent samples...
and after you have done a few, it will come much easier....

Now, your question about CL and menus....

You will place either a command (ie: wrksplf) or a CLP program
you have written (ie: call myprog) "behind" the description that
the user sees.... The manual describes this in detail....

You will hear good and bad comments about the IBM manuals, but in
most cases, they are the very best source for "how to do it"....
not always, but certainly for basic questions...
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