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Hi,
Can any body tell me ur experience on this questions?

Questions:

1.what is the use of SFLRCDNBR other than subfile page
display?
2.Which of the following operation cannot be used in
conjuction with a file coded as device type disk?


Answer Posted / david lex

1. It can be used in conjunction with cursor location and
mouse operations.
Say a user can move the cursor to a record and press <some
key>.
You can use the RRN returned by the SFLRCDNBR keyword to
chain that record and perform other operations.

2. A list of 'the following operations' would be useful.
But OTTOMH, you cannot display a disk file with EXFMT.

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