unless you did not inz the POS to a value that is between 1 to 52.  I don't see 
how you'll get array index error.

However, the code missing the check on element 52.

Might want to try this:
C                   dow       pos <= %elem(InputMAD) and 
C                             (InputMAD(pos) <> ';')     
C                   eval      pos = pos + 1              
C                   enddo                                                       


-----Original Message-----
From: Ted Barry [mailto:tbarry@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, March 25, 2004 10:45 AM
To: rpg400-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx; <Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: dim lights?

What is wrong with this statement?:

dow       (InputMAD(pos) <> ';') and 
          pos < 52                   
eval      pos = pos + 1              

Total dims are 52, so why am I getting an array index error?

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