You're going to need to be more specific.
My fixed RPG is (thankfully) a little rusty, but that looks like a stand-alone variable. Are you saying I need to redefine my variable, or use a variable instead of a named constant?
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This works ...
D ucsData s 2048c ccsid(1200)
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An: RPG programming on the IBM i (AS/400 and iSeries)
Betreff: CCSID for named constants?
Is there any good way to set CCSID for named constants? I had hoped that the compiler could figure it out, but alas no. Here's a snippet of what I'd like to do.
Dcl-s variable varChar(255) ccsid(*utf8) ; Dcl-c constant ';' ; If %scan(constant :variable) > 0; Endif;
The compiler doesn't like that (RNF0353: The first and second parameters of %SCAN or %SCANR are not of the same type.). I've got it working now by using hex constants, but that's kind of a pain to work with.
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