Henrik wrote:

> Is there a way to code varying number of list
> elements in a single CLP command?

Not that I've discovered. I've always gone the QCMDEXC or QCAPCMD route.

> TOMBR(&TOMEMBER). This works fine even if the value of
> &FROMMBR is '*N' - indicating that no specific value
> is given for FROMMBR()

This is slightly different from using *N in a list. In this case *N is used
as a place holder for a positional parameter. Although in your example you
have specified the keywords you could have written it as


In this case a blank value of &FROMMBR would not do, so *N can be used. *N
cannot be used in a simple list, but can be used in a mixed list as a place
holder separating parameters of unlike values. It seems the design logic is
that place holders are not needed in simple lists as all the values are
alike. However, they are needed for positional parameters and mixed lists.
This is slightly unfortunate as "not needed" is not necessarily the same
thing as "not useful").

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