GETTING ERROR NO ACTIVE USING FOR OPERAND



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GETTING ERROR NO ACTIVE USING FOR OPERAND

Postby tanu_2302 » Tue Nov 22, 2016 6:47 pm

I am beginner in assembly coding.. i have asked to write a code for comparing three numbers. i wrote below code but it is giving me error 'no active using for num1,num2,num3 etc.. plz help me out. i am beginner.
        COPY  TXCOPY
COMPARE  TXSTART COMPARE,TYPE=MAIN,BASES=(1)
         CP    NUM1,NUM2
         BH    HIGH
         MVC   GREAT,NUM2
         CP    GREAT,NUM3
         BH    HIGHEST
         MVC   GREAT,NUM3
         B     HIGHEST
HIGH     EQU   *
         MVC   GREAT,NUM1
         B     HIGHEST
HIGHEST  EQU   *
         TXERM 'DISPLAY GREAT' GREAT
NUM1     DC    P'20'
NUM2     DC    P'80'
NUM3     DC    P'10'
GREAT    DS    PL2


topic edited to use the code tags instead of the useless bold
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Re: GETTING ERROR NO ACTIVE USING FOR OPERAND

Postby steve-myers » Tue Nov 22, 2016 7:00 pm

  1. Use code tags for your program.
  2. We have absolutely no idea what is in TXCOPY, or the TXSTART or TXTERM macros. The TXSTART macro, especially, may have a USING Assembler statement.
  3. What label (or labels) got the NO ACTIVE USING message?
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Re: GETTING ERROR NO ACTIVE USING FOR OPERAND

Postby tanu_2302 » Wed Nov 23, 2016 10:13 am

TXCOPY,TXSTART,TXERM are all macros. They are not creating errors.
labels that are creating error are- NUM1,NUM2,NUM3,GREAT,HIGH,HIGHEST
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Re: GETTING ERROR NO ACTIVE USING FOR OPERAND

Postby tanu_2302 » Wed Nov 23, 2016 12:12 pm

my query is resolved. thanks
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