Subject: SDL-News: SDL syntax for SYNONYM
From: Hoerni Frédéric (fhoerni#sopragroup.com)
Date: Mon Apr 03 2006 - 12:29:40 GMT
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I have 2 questions.
1. Is the following syntax correct ? (the type is missing)
SYNONYM S1 = 'Z';
if so, what is the type of S1 ? Character or Charstring ?
2. (second question) Is the following correct ?
SYNONYM S1 Charstring = 'Z';
(the Z100 considers 'Z' as a character literal)
thanks for any answer.
-- Frédéric Hoerni Sopra Group
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