Spell check in CL on AS/400?

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How do you do spell check on CL?

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Hi,

You can do a <b>syntax</b> check on a CL program by using the change session defaults screen from SEU. Press F13 to get the change session defaults screen, make sure that your source type is correct (CLP for example), then type a from sequence number and a to sequence number, press enter and SEU will check the syntax for you, highlighting statements that have incorrect syntaxes.

If you need to do a spellcheck (can’t think why you would), then you probably need to use a wordprocessor like MS-Word. You could copy and paste from your CL program or download it as a text file and import it.

Regards,

Martin Gilbert.

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    Spell Check??? I don't understand the queston. Do you want to spell check CL source code? Do you want to spell check a value entered on a screen by a user? Do you want to spell check data in a file?
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