Richard

After reading the various message that you have received on this subject, I
have not seen one that mentions the use of dynamic memory allocation(ALLOC
op code) to allocate the size of the array, nor using the C modules "qsort"
and "bsearch".

Jon Paris provided coding examples for both of these in his Session 22DC
Common Lab.

I have a copy of the lab notes...sorry, only on paper.  If are interested,
email me offline.

Michael

-----Original Message-----
From: Richard Reeve [mailto:richreeve@yahoo.com]
Sent: December 01, 2001 08:20 AM
To: midrange-l@midrange.com
Subject: array handling


All,

     I am having a problem with an array in RPG
(caused mainly by my ignorance where RPG is concerned
since I am a COBOL kind of guy!).  What I am trying to
do is to read a file and load an array that will have
2 elements - a legacy hold code (2 positions) and a
MHS hold code (2 positions).  I then want to do a
lookup on this array by MHS hold code and find the
corresponding legacy hold code (later in the program).

     Could someone be kind enough to coach me through
this?  I will be forever greatful.

Rich

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