• Subject: Re: Procedures/Sub-Procedures
  • From: bmorris@xxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 16 Nov 1999 15:32:45 -0500




>Date: Tue, 16 Nov 1999 12:21:37 EST
>From: HwaRangRon@aol.com
>...
>One common function that all of our programs do is to get
>the current company that they are working with by accessing
>a data area. It's only a couple of lines of code, but I
>thought it made sense to put it into a sub-procedure. However,
>I can not define a data area in a sub-procedure (this also
>makes sense).

While you can't DEFINE a data area in a subprocedure, you can USE a data
area in a subprocedure.  Same as for files.  Define the data area in the
main D specs of the module.

H nomain
D dtaara          s             10a   dtaara
D subproc         pr

p subproc         b                   export
C     *lock         in        dtaara
C                   eval      dtaara = 'new value'
C                   out       dtaara
p subproc         e

Barbara Morris


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