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Re: help with mainframe file

GregD wrote: > Im working with a mainframe file that contains packed decimal fields > in some of the records. Each record (line) is supposed to be a fixed > length of 200. Part of what Im working on is ...

Posted On: Monday 26th of November 2012 09:03:14 PM Total Views:  257
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