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Add new warning message to prevent modification of variables with INONLY or...

Please add a new warning message like “Variable *variable name* declared as *declaration attribute* is passed as *argument attribute* and could be modified.” to prevent modification of variables with ...

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New builtins SELECTVALUE and SELECTWHEN

based on builtin IFTHENELSE(expr, truepart, falsepart) we want to have two new builtins for select-functionality: SELECTVALUE(expr, value1, result1, value2, result2, ... , otherresult) SELECTWHEN(when...

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PL/I to support multithreading under 64-bit

PL/I needs to support multithreading under 64-bit. Actually, when a multithreaded application executes a LP(64) PL/I program, it always works the first time, but afterward any subsequent call can fai...

Planned for Future Release


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