• Subject: Re: Automatic Storage for Global RPGLE Variables?
  • From: Scott Klement <klemscot@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2001 16:36:57 -0500 (CDT)


Hi Jerry,

On Fri, 15 Jun 2001, Jerry Jewel wrote:

> 
> Scott,
> 
> Thanks for your feedback!  You have correctly read between the lines.  
> Your suggestion sounds like a good direction.
> 
> Some additional info and to complicate things a bit... my global
> control values already reside in four data structures -- three of them
> are multiple occurance.
> 

The best way to handle this would probably be to make the global data
structures be BASED, and put pointers into your "stack" DS for each of
the global structures.   Then, allocate new memory for the data structs
(doesnt really matter if they're mult-occur) at each instance level.


> 
> A couple of followup questions to be certain I understand this approach:
> 
> o Will I will need to execute an ALLOC (in 3b of your description) to
> set asside the storage?

Yes...   Not sure how I missed putting that in my description... but I 
had to rephrase that section several times when writing the mail, because
I just couldn't make it sound good :(

> 
> o At the risk of getting into a heap of trouble, I'll ask:  When you
> said "Here's a way that pops into mind... ...The idea is that you're
> creating a "stack" of global variables".  Did you mean to push a
> questionable pun on us?  ;-)
> 

Me?  Would such an idea even register on my mind?  Quite an assembly of
puns, I must say, but if it's gets stale I'm sure someone will interrupt.


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