Joined: 09 Mar 2011 Posts: 7312 Location: Inside the Matrix
No, not the same.
0 TO 2000 will allow a record with zero bytes of data to be read/written. 1 TO 2000 will not.
However, if your genuine minimum record-length is 118, then 0 TO 2000 and 1 TO 2000 have the same problem - they would allow short records to be written quietly, without causing a problem. Until later. If you are unlucky, much later. Or much, much later.
RECORD CONTAINS <genuine-minium> TO <genuine-maximum>