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Converting data structure used as array in RPG III to RPG IV

Converting data structure used as array in RPG III to RPG IV

Converting data structure used as array in RPG III to RPG IV

How do you translate the following code from RPG to RPGLE?

E                    CLU         8 40
ICfile  NS
I                                        1  13 Order#
I                                       14  53 CLINE1
I                                       54  93 CLINE2
I                                       94 133 CLINE3
I                                      134 173 CLINE4
I                                       14 173 CLU

Cfile is an external file with a DDS.

I know the array in the E specs can be replaced by the DIM keyword in the D-specs in RPGLE and that I can use CLU(1,2,3,etc) instead of CLU,(1,2,3,etc) in the C-specs but none of the code sample I have seen have a DS defined as an array.

Thanks in advance for the help.

RE: Converting data structure used as array in RPG III to RPG IV

Run it through the CVTRPGSRC command.

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