Julie, 

yes, but that has nothing to do with lightning speed of risc. It can
happen that one file is being blocked, and another not. In that case
sequential read to record previously blocked for an input might not
reflect change made to that record through another file. 

Vanja Jovic,
Canada

On Sun, 24 Jan 1999, Julie wrote:

> 
> Hi everyone....
> I was working on an RPG/400 interactive program that uses two keyed
> logicals, one update,  from the same PF,  all update(*immed), RISC
> system, no EOFDLY (if it makes a difference?) .  I was told by another
> programmer that because the RISC system is so fast that the program
> could write to the file and not get a read within the same pgm because
> the buffer has not been cleared and that a FEOD will prevent this.  Does
> this make sense to anyone???  P.S.  I did RTFM.      Thanks....   Julie
> 
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