• Subject: Re: MIDRANGE-L Digest V2 #1665
  • From: Jon.Paris@xxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 17 Nov 1999 14:13:23 -0500

 >> What I'm saying is that I am using protos but not specifying EXTPROC.  That
way I can define which parms go it.

I'm still confused Brad - maybe we should take this off line. The code sample
you pointed to uses CALLB not a CALLP. Besides, there is no connection between
specifying ExtProc and whether or not parms have to be passed. I frequently use
subprocedures to "wrap" APIs because IBM's idea of a sensible parameter sequence
rarely matches mine <g>, that plus Option(*NoPass) gives me more than enough
flexibility. Certainly more than CALLB can offer.

What am I missing ?

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