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Thanks for the clarification.

Jon A. Erickson
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-----Original Message-----
From: []
Sent: Monday, December 17, 2001 8:08 AM
Subject: Alarm: *nopass vs *omit (was RE: Retrieving and formatting
current time in RPGLE)

>Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2001 13:45:55 -0800
> ...
>But I have to add a warning to it,... without the Omissible Feedback
>Parameter (*Nopass) defined in the prototypes, and a couple of changes to
>field definitions, (10U 0 -> 10I 0), other defined fields in the
>program/memory became corrupted, or at least they did for me, (imagine me
>reading a manual).  Thus resulting in the following code:
> ...

It should be options(*omit).  In the API documentation, "optional" means
*NOPASS, "omissible" means *OMIT.

Rule to live by: Never use OPTIONS(*NOPASS) with CEE APIs.

Barbara Morris

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