"Anybody still have to deal with TAGs & GOTOs? New RFE..."

If so, vote for my RFE


On Tue, Mar 21, 2017 at 10:06 AM, Jim Hawkins <jhawkins@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I know no one uses GOTO anymore but one of my predecessors wrote a lot of
code using RPGII style (conditioning indicator, goto, etc.) in RPGIV
Found an issue this week that was losing information periodically that I
able to fix without too much issue. But the code was littered with "goto
exit" statements. (This code was last updated in 1999 to Y2k compliant).
I tried to find this EXIT in the outline view to see where all of these
sending the logic flow. It took a while but I found it. Is there a good
to find the where a GOTO is going to end up? I was hoping to find them in
outline view.
Jim Hawkins

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