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On 8/15/22 4:34 PM, Jack Woehr via MIDRANGE-L wrote:
Sounds like EBCDIC <--> ASCII fu.

That has occurred to me as well, so before I even asked the List(!), I pulled out Appendix E of my handy-dandy QuestView manual, which has really good reference charts for both ASCII and EBCDIC (they ought to be: they're MY charts).

An EBCDIC right-paren is hex 5D, which is an ASCII right-bracket. And an ASCII right-paren is hex 29, which is clear down in the EBCDIC control characters (as a 5250 screen attribute, it's red blinking reverse-image).


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