• Subject: Re: FOR loop available in RPG IV
  • From: John Earl <johnearl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 07 Nov 2000 04:19:14 -0800
  • Organization: The PowerTech Group

Erick Garske wrote:

> I heard recently that there is a FOR loop available in RPG IV (no pun
> intended). The SEU editor will accept it and it looks like there is an
> ENDFOR statement as well.
> Has anyone here used the FOR loop syntax? Is it exactly like the do syntax?
> Erick Garske, Software Engineer
> FORMation mg


Just curious.....   

Does the fact that you work for FORmation mg enhance your interest
in the FOR opcode?
FOR what reason are you interested?  
Have you presented IBM with a FORmal request for this feature.
Are you willing to pay a small FORtune FOR it?
This could be a FORmidable undertaking, with unFORtunate results.
But do not FORsake all hope, a
FORtuitous turn could cause the FORlorn to FORgive you FOR even
asking <smirk>.

(FORgive me, I'm off to FORmat my brain so I can FORget all this
sillyness :^)

John Earl                    johnearl@400security.com
The PowerTech Group      --> new number --> 253-872-7788
PowerLock Network Security   www.400security.com

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