Language English. Product Menu Topics. Getting Started. Tutorial and overview of program sections. CA Easytrieve runs interactively for data inquiry, analysis, maintenance, and reporting. The output can be returned to your terminal or routed to a printer.

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When coding several commands on one line you should use the period to delimit these commands. Some keywords are reserved words and other keywords are non-reserved. A non-reserved keyword can be used as a field-name. Syntax rules regarding field names are. Labels can be up to forty 40 characters long. They can contain any character other than a delimiter.

Valid characters are any alphabetic A — Z or numeric digit 0 — 9 — — but they can NOT be all numbers. They are always used according to these rules. Multiple blanks are read as one.

For example:. The hyphen - implies the statement continues on the first position of the next line. It must be the first character in the statement. DEPT 1 1 N. The first statement on this line defines the field DEPT.

It ends with a period. The asterisk begins the second statement, a comment. Experienced software developer. Skills in Development, Coding, Testing and Debugging. Also skills in Mainframe. View all posts by Srini. Facebook twitter Instagram. Share this:. Author: Srini Experienced software developer.

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