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WS-OUTPUT1-FILLER2 WS-OUTPUT1-REC +39 4 A
WS-EMPLOYEE-SUBSSN WS-OUTPUT1-REC +43 09 A
WS-OUTPUT1-FILLER3 WS-OUTPUT1-REC +52 4 A
WS-BIRTH-DATE WS-OUTPUT1-REC +56 08 A
WS-OUTPUT1-FILLER4 WS-OUTPUT1-REC +64 4 A
WS-TIER-LEVE WS-OUTPUT1-REC +68 01 A
WS-OUPUT-FILLER WS-OUTPUT1-REC +69 64 A
WS-REPORT-TITLE W 133 A VALUE ' '
The DISPLAY command allows you to view data that would not normally be displayed, such as carriage control characters and Unicode data. For other nondisplayable data you can specify a character to represent each character that cannot be displayed.
The DISPLAY command has two formats. The first is used to display carriage-control characters and other nondisplay characters. The second allows data stored using a Unicode CCSID (Coded Character Set Identifier) to be displayed using the CCSID of the terminal.
You must enter at least one operand, but you can enter them in any order. If you enter only one operand, the other operand retains its current value.
The character you want to use to represent characters that cannot be displayed on the screen. It can be a single character, or a single character enclosed in apostrophes (') or quotation marks ("). If you specify a blank as the character, you must enclose it in apostrophes or quotation marks.
CC Shows that carriage control characters are to be displayed and are to be considered part of the data.
Shows that carriage control characters are not to be displayed and are not to be considered part of the data.
Both operands are stored in your user profile and are in effect whenever you are using Browse. You need to reenter the DISPLAY command only if you want to change one of the operands.
The first settings for display mode are period (.) and NOCC, but the carriage control character status has no effect if the data that you are browsing has no carriage control characters