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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


you'd have just


and the individual variables would then be


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.


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