Obviously we're not talking about a NOMAIN procedure. All indicators are
defined by the compiler at the main procedure level and as such are static.
As long as you don't set LR on, the value should remain the same.

At 02:10 PM 7/21/98 -0400, you wrote:
>Hi,
>Are indicators that are used in a subprocedure stored in
>static storage or automatic storage?
>
>If I leave SUB_PROC_A  with  *IN01 = *ON,
>and the activation group that SUB_PROC_A runs in
>is a named activation group that is not (for the time being) deleted,
>the next time I  CALLP  SUB_PROC_A, will *IN01 still = *ON?
>
>Dave
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