Walden wrote:

> But I don't seem to be able to pass subfields as parms. So:

Walden, I think the problem is that you can't define parameters in the
*entry list in a data structure. The data structure after all is contained
within your program whereas the passed parameters exist outside the

> Now, I know all I really need to do is an "eval
> p1bcst = w1bcst" for each parm before the call
> and a "eval w1bcst = p1bcst" for each parm after
> the call, but when you have >40 parms and numerous
> programs with this problem you look for shortcuts

A neater way to achieve the same thing might be like this.

C     *entry        plist
C     p1bcst        parm                    p01
C     p1bbnb        parm                    p02
C     p1bdst        parm                    p03

C     *like         define    p1bcst        p01
C     *like         define    p1bbnb        p02
C     *like         define    p1bdst        p03

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