Indicators

I am having a real problem with a test program I am writing.  I created a simple screen that takes input from the user and will then search a file for the appropriate record.  I have coded F3=EXIT in the screen file and added the indicator CA03 with a resp of 03 and text of 'F3=EXIT' within the DDS.

I then added the following C spec to my rpg program:

DOW *IN03 = *OFF
   ...
ENDDO

However when I compile the program it keeps telling me that I am using an operand that is not defined.

Suggestions?
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daveslaterCommented:
in the dds you need

CA03(03 'Exit')
otherwise RPG assigns *INKC

Dave
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dpalmeAuthor Commented:
I had that in the DDS but I think I had the response in the wrong position.

Thanks Dave
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