dcl-c TRUE '1';
dcl-c FALSE '0';

dcl-s @Process Ind Inz(FALSE);


On Wed, Feb 6, 2019 at 12:34 PM Burrows, Thomas 1001 <
Burrows.Thomas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

How do you turn this into a Free format statement?

D @Process s n inz('0')

The example I find online shows this.

Dcl-s @Process num inz(0) LIKE(LIMIT);

Not sure what LIMIT is????

And this line.

D dsPgms EsDS EXTNAME(SYSAPGPF) PREFIX(Gv)

Thomas Burrows
Infosys Consultant - AppDev - Legacy SUS
United States Mobile # 469.693.2533
Email: burrows.thomas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:burrows.thomas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>


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