why would you need a MODS? A simple alternating array will fill your needs
nicely.  The routine would be: Is the description in the array already?  If
not, add the description to the array. 

Then just add the amount to the corresponding alternate array 
 
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Booth Martin
http://www.martinvt.com
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-------Original Message-------
 
From: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Date: 03/09/04 14:03:23
To: 'Midrange Systems Technical Discussion'
Subject: is there a better way...
 
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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