Yep,

What I needed of course was VALUE(x'0000000A')

Perhaps my brain has already left for my weekend trip...to bad the
body doesn't get to leave till tomorrow <grin>

Charles

On Thu, Sep 25, 2008 at 1:30 PM, Mark S. Waterbury
<mark.s.waterbury@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Huh?

X'00001010' is equal to 4106 in decimal. :-o

> Adam Glauser wrote:
I don't know why it would make a difference calling from the command
line vs. another CL program, but I do know that

> DCL VAR(&PWDLEN) TYPE(*INT) LEN(4) VALUE(10)

is not the same as X'00000010'. Perhaps you meant X'00001010'?

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