Read the record into the DS. After the chain, arXRLA(<index>) is the array representation of your file "buckets".
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From: RPG400-L <rpg400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx> on behalf of JRusling@xxxxxxxxxxx <JRusling@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2017 9:43 AM
Subject: Auto load an array when reading a record.
i'm pretty sure i have seen this done but,
I'd like to read a record, and automatically populate an array. I know it
can be done with the old syntax with beginng and ending positions
because i have old examples of it in the source here but i would like to
do it using newer syntax and as gracefully as possible.
My current example (i have had many variations) won't compile but i think
it gives the gist of what i am trying to do, which is automatically load
array upon read of the file xrcl01.
A successful example of what i am trying to do would be appreciated.
dcl-f XRCL01 usage(*input ) keyed ;
// File layout for xrcl01
// XRCUST customer number (key)
// XRLSTM last maint date
// XRLA01 label name 1 char(8)
// XRLA02 label name 2 char(8)
// XRLA03 label name 3 char(8)
// XRSET1 label 1 sets dec(2:0)
// XRSET2 label 2 sets dec(2:0)
// XRSET1 label 3 sets dec(2:0)
*inlr = *on;
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