The following logic will help. It makes variable-impact analysis difficult. Slack bytes are a vestige of the S/360, a computer from the far distant past. Leave an 'ON ERROR' > clause is permitted with a GOTO, so it is not easy to return back to where the > error occured. > On Sun, 20 May 2001 http://vbview.net/on-error/on-error-snap-begin.php
This technique allows you write and maintain the complex stuff in one place. 2. Quality Control Handbooks ¬† FY 2016, FNS Handbook 310, the Quality Control Review Handbook Maintaining Integrity within the Quality Control System QCPolicyMemo05-01 - Integrity of the Quality Control Review Process (Aug. Guess where PL/I puts it? There are all sorts of data-formatting options, as described in the PL/I manuals: GET with the data-description options can do some nice things to handle nasty problems, such as moving decimal
For compound IF statements, the compiler must be able to pair the THEN and ELSE clauses. fatal error: internal error 5. Additional Information Frequently Asked Questions Retailer Data Browse by SubjectTime Limits for Able-Bodied Adults Disaster Assistance Employment &Training EBT Federal Register Documents Healthy Incentives Pilot (HIP) Income Eligibility & Benefits (COLA) DCL ALPHABET CHAR(26) INIT('ABC'); DCL BIN_NUMBER FIXED BIN(31) INIT(99); DCL PIC_NUMBER PIC'99V.99' INIT(99.9); Note the V in the PIC DECLARE statement above for the logical placement of the decimal point.
Having special ON-condition error logic in subroutines that do specialized functions such as VSAM file I/O or mathematics is a good practice. PL/I and Dynamic Storage in CICS The following information is partially a paraphrase of IBM copyrighted material. The last few digits to the right of the decimal point just get in the way. DCL A(10,10) FLOAT and DCL B(100,10) CHAR(100) the bad way DCL (APOINTER, BPOINTER) POINTER; the good way DCL A(10,10) FLOAT BASED(APOINTER), B(100,10) CHAR(100) BASED(BPOINTER), CSTG BUILTIN; EXEC CICS GETMAIN SET(APOINTER) FLENGTH(CSTG(A));
Also the ability to add incrementally to a string is useful. IEL0548I W 1, 1 PARAMETER TO PRIMARY ENTRY POINT OF MAIN PROCEDURE IS NOT V IEL0916I W 1 ITEM(S) 'PGMAW0MI.INSTRL','PGMAW0MI.TRANSF','PGMAW0MI.INSTR', 'PGMAW0MI.INSTR2I','PGMAW0MI.TIMEF','PGMAW0MI.NEXTF' UNINITIALIZED WHEN USED IN THIS BLOCK. The logic is simple and specific. Of course silly statements like GOTO and error conditions (ON conditions) break the rules.
That is a 60s style of doing things. The TITLE option of OPEN identifies the DD statement to use. The HUGHES manual is not too clear on how to use it. They are always numeric.
This is a good point at which to cover the two schools of thought on using a procedure label on the END statement. https://www.kednos.com/pli/docs/REFERENCE_MANUAL/6291pro_023.html I = INDEX(PARMIN,'DEBUG'); tells there is a DEBUG and the location. It's rarely used for other than error-condition processing. Scope follows the general PL/I rules for variables and procedures.
They may also be given a VALUE instead of an initial value when they are being used as a constant in the program. Program Construction Now that you understand the concept of subroutines and variables, here are a few thoughts on program construction: ∑ Focus on how easy a program is to work with, Explain the Theory of Relativity and use OFFSET, but only in programs supported by other programmers who also understand it and have a PhD in physics. Not only is it a problem, to make matters worse PL/I sometimes rearranges where it stores variables so it may not be the next variable in the listing.
In PL/I, all the elements of one row are stored, then the next row, and so on. Remember most business application programmers are not math majors. It gives control to the PL/I error handler to end the program. Trying to show you know every form of PL/I statement, and writing logic only a rocket scientist can follow, will not improve your advancement opportunities.
The Scope of Names Names of variables, procedures, etc., defined in the OPTIONS(MAIN) PROC are known to all procedures. DCL CICS_RESP FIXED BIN(31) INIT(0); EXEC CICS START TRANSID('GMJ4') FROM(WS_DFH_GATEWAY) LENGTH(STG(WS_DFH_GATEWAY)) QUEUE(TS_QUEUE_NAME) RESP (CICS_RESP); IF CICS_RESP = DFHRESP(NORMAL) THEN RETURN; ELSE DO; Intermediate Results in Math Operations DCL BIG_FLOAT FLOAT DECIMAL; ProgramsFood Distribution ProgramsCommodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR)Nutrition Services Incentive Program (NSIP)The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP)Child Nutrition ProgramsChild and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP)Fresh Fruit
SIGNAL ERROR is a general unconditional surrender. VERUS/VERDICT FAE Configuration System Failed To Initialize(User Config)4.VERUS/VERDICT FAE Exception Has Been Thrown By The Target Of An Invocation5. It's covered in the IBM PL/I Programmers Guide. Never start or end a data structure with a bit string.
In general, it's best to record what caused the condition to occur and then exit the program. Is that possible ? > Brgds Jesper Mon, 10 Nov 2003 07:58:04 GMT Page 1 of 1 [ 6 post ] Relevant Pages 1. Think about having the default be the absence of a parameter. Please try the request again.
NOSUBSCRIPTRANGE SUBSCRIPTRANGE An index is outside of the array boundary. Don't link-edit very large static arrays unless taking a long lunch. Run Time Error - Internal Error Powered by phpBB Forum Software Skip to main content Secondary menuAbout FNSAsk the ExpertContact UsOther LanguagesEn Espa√Īol No existe una traducci√≥n para DCL 1 MY_STRUCT, 2 J FIXED, 2 A CHAR(2); UNION is another syntax key work to redefine the same storage.
Always initialize PIC fields. After all, no one remembers what the program needs when enhancing the production JCL. call hope_and_pray(wish); PL/I is not case sensitive for commands and variable names. This is good for "system" routines where the true source code can be hidden.