Error while writing OPNQRYF

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AS/400
OPNQRYF
My open query statement is
OPNQRYF FILE(MYSRCMEM5) OPTION(*all) QRYSLT ('C = 20').
But I am getting a synatx error: 
Command QRYSLT in library *LIBL not found.
Please help anybody. Thanks


Software/Hardware used:
AS400

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  • Splat
    Not sure if it's the formatting above, but it looks as though there's a space between the QRYSLT keyword and the opening parenthesis of the parameter itself.
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  • WoodEngineer
    Check the spacing in the command.  QRYSLT is being interpreted as a separate command instead of a parm of OPNQRYF.  If the command spans multiple lines in your program, perhaps the plus sign is missing on the line preceding QRYSLT.
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