difference between read(1) and read work file once ?
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Answer / niki
Read(1) file1 in physical sequence:
1. Used to raed adabas file.
2. here (1 ) represents the number of record to be read
its a processing loop eg
Read(1) file1 in physical sequence
read work file :
1. Used to read flate file.
2. Once option is used to read only one record
3. its not a processing loop
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Answer / akansha
First answer is absolutely correct.
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Answer / dd
Basically no difference.
Both of the statements are used for reading a single record
from the work file.So both will give only one record.
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