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When using the INPUT or PUT functions in a user defined FCMP function, you can maximize your flexibility by using the execution time versions of these functions (INPUTN/INPUTC and PUTN/PUTC).  The execution time versions are often needed when using your user defined function with %SYSFUNC.
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When using the INPUT or PUT functions in a user defined FCMP function, you can maximize your flexibility by using the execution time versions of these functions (INPUTN / INPUTC and PUTN / PUTC).  The execution time versions are often needed when using your user defined function with %SYSFUNC.
 
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Latest revision as of 17:08, 29 January 2016

When using the INPUT or PUT functions in a user defined FCMP function, you can maximize your flexibility by using the execution time versions of these functions (INPUTN / INPUTC and PUTN / PUTC). The execution time versions are often needed when using your user defined function with %SYSFUNC.

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