CRTCSVDTA

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I am making a CSV file from a PF which has a character field which holds a numeric decimal data. Eg 9,500.000000. But when it becomes a csv data, the value became 9.500.000000. (',' is converted to a period) I can see FLDDEL ',' and a RPLFLDDEL '.' as default. I dont want to convert the comma in the string which holds numeric data. Please help

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  • TomLiotta
    I dont want to convert the comma in the string which holds numeric data.   Then you can't use FLDDEL ',' and a RPLFLDDEL '.'. What alternatives are available for RPLFLDDEL?   If you can't change RPLFLDDEL to *NONE or to some similar value, you must either not use CRTCSVDTA or not have numeric values in character fields that have commas in them. Remove the comma or use a different command.   Tom
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