i have records from 1 t0 100 . i need to open records from 10 to 18 and change the values in tht ? how can i do tht ?
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Answer / lu
you have 2 ways :
1) go to file-aid, display your file, and modify it ( from
10th to 18th)
2) coding a program cobol, rad file with the counter and
modify from 10th records to 18th)....
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Answer / heman
I believe there are other options too for this.
1. Write a rexx program
2. Write an ezytrieve
3. SORT utility too can help if the position of the field
in the record is known for edit.
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