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Scott -

You nailed it. I had changed my ACS session to use CCSID 500 recently because I was testing something and forgot to change it back to CCSID 37.

After changing it back to 37 it works.

Good catch!

Steve Landess

Scott wrote:

Hi Steve,

One possibility is that you have a CCSID misconfiguration on your
system. The [] characters have different code points in different
flavors of EBCDIC, so if you have a CCSID mismatch, it won't recognize
these characters properly, and it'll end up not replacing the letters 'Red'.

Just a thought.


Stephen Landess wrote:

'123Red345', '[A-Za-z]','',1)
FROM sysibm.sysdummy1

indicating that this statement should return the value '123345'.

However, when I run this SQL statement it returns the value

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