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Hi ,

In WRKLNK or DSPLNK use F10 to show the file contents in hex

Mit freundlichen Grüßen / Kind regards / Bien à vous,

    Seán Courtney

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Betreff: IFS filename as hex?

Is there a way to view an IFS filename as hex?

5250 WRKLNK shows a "?" in the filename, but gives "Object not found" when I
try to display the attributes.

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