Akizragore Also note that in the above figure the title is being printed exapmles page. This prints the values that occur more than once. Fri Aug 26, 2: Prints the number of records with value greater than Note that only the column we mentioned in ON is printed in the report. Note that 1st column is occupied by the printing carriage control character.

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It allows a user to skip certain records from the input file s from being sorted or merged. Use the OMIT control statement for any or all input records that are not to appear in the output file. If true, the record is either included in or omitted from the output file, depending on which control statement is being used. Two types of comparisons are possible: A standard comparison, between two record fields or between a record field and a constant.

A binary input field also allows comparison by bit mask or bit pattern. A substring comparison, which allows the search for a constant within a field, or for a field value within a constant, or for a pattern constant wildcard within a field.

Use SS as the format to indicate a substring comparison. AC - 1 to bytes. Used for century window processing. SS — Substring; only allowed for substring comparison tests.

First digit and trailing sign ignored. Y2S - 2 byte. Zones are ignored. If combined, the following rules apply: AND statements evaluated before OR statements, unless using parentheses to change the order of evaluation.

Expressions inside parentheses are always evaluated first. Nesting parentheses limited only by amount of available storage.

The order of evaluation can be changed by using parentheses inside the COND logical expression. Records will be omitted from the application if the first field byte 24 to byte 26 is identified as zoned decimal numeric AND the second field byte 31 to byte 35 is identified as zoned decimal non-numeric. OMIT statement. COND specifies that input records with a character M in position 5 are to be omitted from the output data set. SORT statement. FIELDS specifies an ascending 8-byte character control field starting at position 20 and a descending 3-byte fixed-point control field starting at position SUM statement.

Whenever two records with the same control fields specified in the SORT statement are found, their summary fields specified in the SUM statement are to be added and placed in one of the records, and the other record is to be deleted. DYNALLOC specifies that work data sets are to be dynamically allocated using the installation defaults for the type of device and number of devices.


ICETOOL : Matching records from different data sets



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