• Subject: Re: AS/400 C and record I/O
  • From: Phil Hall <hallp@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 09 Mar 1999 22:18:51 -0600

> get the file to open and actually print the buffer (fp->in-buf).  Is there
> an easy way to map this buffer to the externally described field specs, or
> do we have to manually describe the structure?  The C manual is less than
> illuminating...

Take a look at the '#pragma mapinc' section of the ILE/C reference
manual. Also in the ILE/C Programmers Guide manual there is a whole
chapter on accessing data files from within ilE/C

These links should help you get going;

#pragma mapinc is @ :-

Accessing files chapters are @ :-

Also examples (and question/answers) can be found on the News/400 AS/400
C/C++ forum in my signature block...


Phil Hall

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phone(w). . . : (312) 258-6319

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