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vrf globals

Question asked by rsb on Jul 15, 2003
> You could store your variables in a dataset; then even if Vee bails with a BRB, you still have all the info available.
>

While you are at it, given that you have so many globals,
you might consider replacing them with a single global
record. i.e instead of having

globalA
globalB
globalC
...

you'd have just

global

and the individual variables would then be

global.A
global.B
global.C
...

Just about as easy to use, and has two big advantages:
(1) you can save the entire set of globals at one time
(2) you can programmatically find out what globals are
    defined- since they are just fields of a record
    rather than individual variables

Downside is of course the one big packet so it is certainly
less flexible.

just a thought.

Stan

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