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lucky.rohith
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 24, 2006 12:38 am    Post subject: Regarding reading values in serial search
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HI,

I hav a query reguarding serial search. But this search sholud be written called program.v wil b passing only the no that is to b searched to the called program.

v can read the no. to b searched in two ways
1. By assigning the values during the declaration in data division.
2. By ACCEPT statement.
I hav read the array in the called program.i hav given the values of that array in the RUN JCL program .

Now my doubt is, i want to read my no. through ACCEPT statement.
Whether i have to give that no in RUNJCL along with that arrays values.
Or i have to run the JCL code seperately to read the value to b searched.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 24, 2006 3:57 pm    Post subject: Re: reguarding reading values
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No need to run the jcl separately, you can pass the search number directly along with the array value. You have to just follow the order of the ACCEPT statements (sub program and main program) should match the order of values in the SYSIN step of the run jcl.
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