You could use two arrays. One for the charge code. One for the charge
amount. Lookup the code in the charge code array, then using the found, or
not found, array, manipulate the charge amount array. I apologize. Array
Datastructures must have started in V5R2. We never had V5R1. We went to
V5R2 from V4R5.


Thanks,

Mark

Mark D. Walter
Senior Programmer/Analyst
CCX, Inc.
mwalter@xxxxxxxxxx
http://www.ccxinc.com


                                                                                
                                                                   
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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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> > http://www.ccxinc.com
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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
> >
> >
> > 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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