• Subject: Re: last day of month
  • From: "Joe Teff" <jteff19@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 21:05:03 -0500

>Okay, doesn't look like we could use *Q1, *Q2, *Q3 or *Q4 then >since it is
just so different for everyone.

Since this thread is running in midrange-l and not rpg400-l, I
don't think any of the compiler folks are even seeing it.

My assumption was that SetDate was a user written procedure
and not an IBM BIF (%SetDate) so my expectation was that
*Q could mean what I wanted it to mean. My real point was
that I wanted to be able to overload a parameter so that I could
write more generic and powerful procedures.

As far as fiscal years go, quarters are no different than months. If your
year goes from July thru June, you don't expect *M of 1 to
mean July.

Joe Teff

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