Dave and Buck,
                                    Thanks for giving the wonderfull idea. I
tried and it works.


"Kahn, David [JNJFR]" <DKahn1@JNJFR.JNJ.com> on 09-22-99 11:53:02 AM

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To:   "'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com'" <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
cc:    (bcc: Rajan Srinivasan/Servicing/SuperiorBank)
Subject:  RE: QCMDEXC- In RPG - ASAP


There are a number of way you can approach this using either data
structures, arrays or string manipulation. A fairly crude but self-contained
working RPG/III example using string concatenation is shown below:

      C           'DSPFD'   CAT  'FILE(':1 CMD       P
      C                     CAT  FNAME:0   CMD
      C                     CAT  ')':0     CMD
      C                     CALL 'QCMDEXC'
      C                     PARM           CMD   256
      C                     PARM 256       CMDLEN 155

In testing it's very easy to run it under debug, stop it on the CALL
statement and examine the contents of the CMD variable.

Dave Kahn
Johnson & Johnson International (Ethicon) France
Phone : +33 1 55 00 3180
Email :  dkahn1@jnjfr.jnj.com (work)
        dkahn@cix.co.uk      (home)

-----Message d'origine-----
De: Rajan.Srinivasan@Allfun.com [mailto:Rajan.Srinivasan@Allfun.com]
Date: 22 September 1999 16:22

: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com

                   I am trying to   run   CL  command ( example  WRKSPLF) in
using  QCMDEXC.   It works  great.

But,  suppose if I want to  run

DSPFD  FILE(................),   on the   File parameter,  is there anyway I
use  the program variable?.
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