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I am practicing writing RPG IV programs and I came across an interesting program that I have been trying to get it to work but with no luck. Any ideas will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
theo kouwenhovenAccepted Solution on 2008-08-04 at 14:08:01ID: 22156236
I can't see it in this source, the F9 key must be specified in your DDS file DATECALCD
in the top part of your DDS source you have to include the next line:
A line like that should be there allready if your F10 is working
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