Personally, if you're not yet accustomed to free format H, F, and D specs,
I'd recommend downloading Craig Rutledge's free utility library and using
the JCRHFD command. See www.jcrcmds.com

Although, I'm not sure how it would translate the inz('0') for an
indicator.

LIMIT must have been previously defined in the same source as the example
you found.

- Dan

On Wed, Feb 6, 2019 at 3:34 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)


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