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9. Make a note of the data set name for object compilation output. For an ASSEMBLER
program, the data set name will look similar to the following name:
prefix.SAMPLE.OBJECT(WPP5). You will use this name when you link your object
modules (in this scenario, the prefix HLQ is gracine).
10.Press Enter. Panel EQAPPA1 is displayed, as shown in Figure 14-88.
Figure 14-88 Panel display EQAPPA1, creating listing PDSE data set
11.Press Enter to create the specified parameters for the OBJECT PDSE data set, as shown
in Figure 14-89.
Figure 14-89 Panel display EQAPPA1, creating object PDSE data set
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12.Press Enter to create the SYSADATA PDSE data set, as shown in Figure 14-90.
Figure 14-90 Panel display EQAPPA1, creating sysadata PDSE data set
13.Press Enter to create the EQALANGX PDSE data set, as shown in Figure 14-91.
Figure 14-91 Panel display EQAPPA1, creating eqalangx PDSE data set
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14.Press Enter once and a pop-up log screen will be displayed, as shown in Figure 14-92.
Figure 14-92 Pop-up message screen
15.Press Enter to continue. The View Outputs screen is displayed, as shown in Figure 14-93.
Figure 14-93 View outputs panel
As you see, the return code result is displayed. A return code of 0 (zero) is always a very
good sign. If the result is greater than a return code of 4 (four), proper problem
determination is necessary to assure a successful execution.
Important: Accepted return codes are 0 (zero) and 4 (four).
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16.Type a b in the Listing field and press Enter to browse through the listing file, as shown in
Figure 14-94.
Figure 14-94 Browsing the listing data set
17.Figure 14-95 through Figure 14-99 on page 421 show the beginning and the end of the
listing file. Due to the length of it (more than 25 screens of information), only the options for
the assembly and the last pages are shown in this series of figures. Press PF8 repeatedly
to scroll through the file.
Figure 14-95 Panelid ISRBROBA listing data set display (part 1 of 5)
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Figure 14-96 Panelid ISRBROBA listing data set display (part 2 of 5)
Figure 14-97 Panelid ISRBROBA listing data set display (part 3 of 5)

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