Don't dim the ds line, dim a field inside it.

On Tue, 9 Mar 2004 12:41:52 -0800 , "Hatzenbeler, Tim"
<thatzenbeler@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> said:
> Were on version 5.1  and I tried adding  a dim on a DS, but seu didn't
> like
> it...
> 
> d chargegroup     ds                  dim(20)              
> d  chargedesc                   30                         
> d  chargetotal                  17  2                      
> 
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> > sounds like a prime candidate for a array datastructure to me. If you're
> > on
> > a release that supports it. I think it started with V5R1. Works like a
> > MODS
> > without the OCCURS opcode or bif.
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > 
> > Mark
> > 
> > Mark D. Walter
> > Senior Programmer/Analyst
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> > I'm reading a PO, and there are various charges through each line of
> > detail... And I was asked to group the charges at the bottom of the
> > page...
> > 
> > line 1
> >      tax 8.96
> >      frt 12.45
> >      delivery 45.67
> > line 2
> >      tax 9.12
> > line3
> >      frt 9.23
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> > and at the bottom of the page, i need
> >      tax xx.xx
> >      frt xx.xx
> >      delivery xx.xx
> > 
> > so I was was thinking about using a mods to do this... With a simple add,
> > find, update procedure...  But I was wondering, if there were better
> > arrary
> > handling features in the latest  versions of rpg, to handle this...
> > d chargegroup     ds                  occurs(999) inz
> > d  chargedesc                   30
> > d  chargetotal                  17  2
> > 
> > but, i'm not allowed to use embedded sql grouping / sum features... It has
> > to be all old fashioned rpg code...
> > 
> > I can't hard code these charge types, they can change anytime accounting
> > feels like it...
> > 
> > Thanks, tim
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