I'm playing around this afternoon with "Totally Free" and I keep getting
errors on the most basic stuff.

Here is an example:

ctl-opt Option(*NoDebugIO:*SrcStmt:*nounref)
p

After I type in the ctl-opt beginning in position 1, it automatically adds
the p spec, so I'm not sure what's driving that.

And then I get an error message:
RNF1501E The Begin/End entry of the Procedure specification is not valid.
RNF0289E Entry contains data that is not valid; only valid data is used.
RNF1508E Unused positions for the Procedure specification are not blank;
default to blanks.
RNF1508E Unused positions for the Procedure specification are not blank;
default to blanks.
RNF0633E An unexpected right parenthesis was encountered; right
parenthesis is ignored.

Is there a config option I need to set to stop this stupid error from
popping up?

I then go back and delete the p and the error message and enter the
following:

dcl-f cllf05;

I get the following error message:

RNF0257E Form-Type entry for main procedure not valid or out of sequence.


I'm hoping this is just a config issue...

Any help would be appreciated.

Dutch





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