Are you sure it is the 1024th byte you are looking at? Unless your debug display starts in a very odd place, the 1024th byte should be the rightmost in a group of 4 - not the first. Looking at the previous line the last byte matches.

So I'm wondering if RPG's base 1 array notion is throwing you off?


Jon Paris

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On 2-Jul-09, at 11:59 AM, rpg400-l-request@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

The scenario is as follows: I have a file named small.jpg in the IFS that
is 1067 bytes in size. When I read in 1024 bytes the 1024th byte is
different than when I read in all 1067 bytes at a time.


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