I tried it using x'05' as the delimiter and that seems to work OK.  That
command (cpytoimpf) could really use some kind of 'trim' option to get rid
of trailing spaces in fields.

Cheers anyway to anyone who replied (I'm on digest mode so haven't seen any
replies yet).

Martin

-----Original Message-----
From: Saunders, Martin P
Sent: 3 January 2002 12:04
To: 'midrange-l@midrange.com'
Subject: Using cpytoimpf to create a tab delimited file on the IFS


Hi,

Can this be done?  I know I can avoid conversion problems by creating an
empty file on the IFS first using notepad.  How can I specify a tab as the
delimiter?  Do I have to specify a hex code?  If so what is it?

TIA


Martin


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