Is there a way to tell how an RPG program was compiled

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We have come across some vendor supplied RPG programs that have been compiled with the FIXNBR option set to *INPUTPACKED. We would like to know if there is a way to display how a program was compiled and to see all of the options selected for it. Thanks.

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  • philpl1jb
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  • TomLiotta
    In short, no. In more detail, you can potentially test each program to see if it treats invalid packed values as zeros. ("Potentially" because you can't guarantee that a 3rd-party program will use your test environment data. That's probably a small risk, but it needs to be in mind.) -- Tom
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    BTW, that assumes that a debug listing isn't part of the *PGM. -- Tom
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