Dare wrote:

> Hey guys,  does &unbr has to be lenght of (15 5)? Since
> CMBR440 is a HLL.

No. In CMBR440 the passed parameter should be defined to have the same
characteristics as &unbr (packed decimal 9,0). If the CL were passing a
numeric literal rather than a declared variable then it would actually be
packed 15,5 and would have to be defined that way in CMBR440.

Dave...
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