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  • I Put a HEX on youuuuuuuu……

    Does anyone have any suggestions as far as reference material that would help me understand EBCDIC Character sets, Hex, Binary, and how you can tie them into CL's & RPGLE's, and whatnot?

    Eric Witham690 pointsBadges:
  • EBCDIC to ASCII conversions on Linux

    Hi, Please tell me any tools available in the market whether (paid/free) to convert EBCDIC format files to ASCII format files. Some what urgent.

    HABBIE845 pointsBadges:
  • EBCDIC to Ascii conversion C#

    Hi, I am trying to convert EBCDIC to ASCII. The code which I used is converting the whole stream to ASCII however I am getting "????" for the missing characters..Is that because of double byte character set?? Can someone help me to resolve this issue??. I tried with jon-skeet code as well but...

    EBCDICtoAscii10 pointsBadges:
  • EBCDIC Database File Problem

    My company received a file supposedly in EBCDIC format. We copied it to the shared network drive and attempted to FTP it several different times using several different types. The file transferred but when displaying it the records were all variable length and appears to have CR or EOL special...

    SKF75 pointsBadges:
  • How can I tell if a file is ASCII or EBCDIC in iSeries?

    Hi, I have to create a file to send to another location outside of our company. they ask if the file type is ASCII or EBCDIC. How do I tell what the file is on the iseries? Also when I transfer the file thru FTP do I need to define it in FTP. Thanks!

    NYRANGER245 pointsBadges:
  • High values from EBCDIC to ASCII not converting correctly

    WHEN CONVERTING AN EBCDIC FILE WITH HIGH-VALUES(X'FF' CAPITAL 'Y' WITH 2 DOTS OVER IT) TO ASCII HIGH-VALUES, MICROFOCUS IS RETURNING X('9F', CAPITAL 'Y' WITH 2 DOTS OVER IT), NOT X('FF', LOWER CASE 'y' WITH 2 DOTS OVER IT) IN THE ASCII FILE, THEY ARE CONVERING/MATCHING TO THE EBCDIC AND ASCII...

    THOPPER20 pointsBadges:
  • XCOM Transfer from EBCDIC to ASCII

    hi there, I am facing a problem in trying a Xcom Transfer from Mainframes (EBCDIC) to Unix environment supporting ASCII. There is a special character probably called umrabulo that gets converted to v in the UNIX environment. Kindly advice...is it necessary to include some conversion tables or can...

    Debrupbhat5 pointsBadges:
  • How do you create a file containing Simplified Chinese characters (DBCS) and English in the same field on IBM iSeries IFS in UNICODE UTF-8 format?

    Caveat - I am not an iSeries programmer(since 15 years ago), so please be very specific with your answer so that I can understand it. I am trying to print product labels with Simplified Chinese characters on a Zebra bar code printer from data retrieved from IBM iSeries (AS/400). The data for the...

    Tom P5 pointsBadges:
  • ASCII to EBCDIC and Decryption on mainframe Z/OS

    This is done on a mainfrain Z/OS. The the file is encrypted and ASCII. Step one un-encrypts the file creating a dataset that is 73,994 blocks in size or roughly 2,311 Megabytes. Because we don't know the real record size the ASCII to EBCDIC step is done by specifingy the output record size as 32K....

    Patmac1005 pointsBadges:
  • Collating Sequence

    Hello, Can anyone explain about the significance of 1. Collating sequence in OBJECT-COMPUTER para 2. PROGRAM COLLATING SEQUENCE 3. EBCDIC COLLATING SEQUENCE

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  • file transfer PC to z/OS Host large EBCDIC

    I'm doing a file transfer from PC to Host 7M record size 24576 EBCDIC format. Failed after a few seconds. What type I should use and how to extend the time? Please help?

    Ripebest5 pointsBadges:
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