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PostPosted: Thu Jul 30, 2009 11:41 am    Post subject: Doug Nadel's SDSF highlighting code
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If like me, you are using this gem, you might want to make a small but useful change to the /* Highlight real dsnames in jcl (Dsn= Only) */ section, from
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If position > 0 & substr(line,position + ln,1) <> "&" Then

to
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if position > 0 &,                                 
  (substr(line, position + ln, 1) <> '&' |,       
   substr(line, position + ln, 7) = '&SYSUID') then

The effect of this change is that it will also hilight datasets starting with &SYSUID, which are not temporary datasets.
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