It's been a long, long time since I did anything with EOFDLY. As I recall, the file just sat there indefinitely waiting for a new record to be available. I don't recall a SETLL being needed. Maybe we used the PF and didn't care about the sequence of the records being processed? Does sequence matter to you?

Sam


On 5/5/2022 4:03 PM, Peter Dow wrote:
A further note on this issue:

In the below code, if I leave the F-spec as keyed, but change

    setll (*loval) ORDERH1;

to

    setll *start ORDERH1;

it pays attention to the EOFDLY.



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