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Re: from JCL to REXX

Postby sergeyken » Fri Sep 22, 2023 11:51 pm

mehi1353 wrote:Hello again,

it works fine, just when th first argument has not any Blanks.

When I for example use this entry:

// SET LAUFNUMM='MAY 1983'
// SET ACCOUNT='MEHRDAD RASTEGAR'

I receive this output:

LAUFNUMM= MAY
ACCOUNT= 1983 MEHRDAD RASTEGAR

In rexx, I had used: PARSE ARG LAUFNUMM ACCOUNT

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1. Please!!!!! Learn how to use the Code button in your postings!!!!!

2. I recommend you to RTFM about PARSE statement options, and about REXX features in general.
I cannot repeat here the REXX guide in full.
And you should not ask the Forum about every and each specific option, especially about the basic ones.

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Re: from JCL to REXX

Postby sergeyken » Sun Sep 24, 2023 12:51 am

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Re: from JCL to REXX

Postby sergeyken » Mon Sep 25, 2023 3:33 am

BTW, your initial issue was about using JCL (and under JCL category).

Later you switched to available REXX options.

So, do you have problems with JCL? Or with REXX? Or with computers in general?
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