Shannon,

I believe this is the big-endian vs little-endian problem.

If I remember right, the pc stores numbers in little-endian format but the 
as/400 stores in big-endian format.

I think what you need is:

D GENERIC_ACCESS    C      x'000000008'
D GENERIC_ACCESS2  C       x'2'

I am trying to remember this off the top of my head, because I know i've seen 
it before, so I might be wrong on the RPG side.  But it is something to that 
effect.

Hope this helps.
Cary Phillips


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>Hi,
>
>Can someone (a VB Someone) tell me how to define the equivalent constant in 
>RPGIV for a VB Constant.
>
>For example, if I have a VB constant defined like:
>
>GENERIC_ACCESS       &H80000000
>or
>GENERIC_ACCESS2      &H2
>
>How do I define those equivalents in RPGIV?  I thought it might be
>
>D GENERIC_ACCESS    C      x'800000000'
>D GERERIC_ACCESS2  C       x'02'
>
>But that doesn't seem to be correct.
>
>Hoping someone can help!
>
>Thanks!
>
>Shannon O'Donnell
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