Pseudo Variables in PL/1?






 Pseudo Variables in PL/1?..

Answer / sumku

When a built-in function name used as a receiving field on the left of the assignment symbol as if it were a variable is called pseudo variable. REAL, STRING, SUBSTR, UNSPEC and ONCHAR are those built-in that can be used as a Pseudo variable.

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