Joined: 22 Nov 2005 Posts: 700 Location: Troy, Michigan USA
What compiler are you using?
I find that the compiler is usually right in its diagnostics. Doesn?t the compiled listing indicate the line in question?
It?s kind of hard to help without seeing the code and compiled listing. I have had instances where I thought my TSO edit session was ?NUM COB? but really ?NUM STANDARD?. I cut and paste code into it and come up with this kind of error. However, it?s not hard to see what the problem is.
Maybe you can post the code and errors.
If this has been resolved, come back and let us know what happened.
Joined: 31 Aug 2005 Posts: 39 Location: St Paul,MN
At times like this, just give the command F all " " in the command line. The spaces will be highlighted and any junk characters will show up as a dark space.U can either space out this position or delete that line if blank.
I have faced this issue when i try to upload a Pgm or JCL from PC to Host.