• Subject: Re: Last symbol in doc after cpytopcd
  • From: John Hall <jhall@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 05 Jan 2001 17:37:21 -0500



Sean Porterfield wrote:
> >From CPYTOPCD help:
> 
> Format of PC data (TRNFMT) - Help
> 
>  :
> *TEXT
> :
>  :      The records in the PC document will be written in standard DOS
> ASCII  :
>  :      variable length format.  The ASCII carriage return and line
> feed      :
>  :      characters are added to the end of each record, and the ASCII
> end of  :
>  :      file character is added to the end of the PC
> document.                :
> 
> I don't know why you would get an ASCII 26, but the help text does say
> you will get CRLF added to each line.
> 

ASCII 26 (^Z) IS the end of file character so the help text DOES specify
that you will get that in the file.

John Hall
Home Sales Co
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