On Mon, 9 Apr 2018 14:25:28 -0500, Paul Gilmartin <paulgboul...@aim.com> wrote:

>Correct, however the current version, TSO/E REXX User's Guide Version 2 
>Release 3
>(SA32-0982-30), says in the preceding paragraph:
>Passing Arguments
>    Values passed to an exec are usually called arguments. Arguments can 
> consist of
>    one word or a string of words. Words within an argument are separated by 
> blanks.
>    The number of arguments passed depends on how the exec is invoked.
>    Passing Arguments Using the CALL Instruction or REXX Function Call
>        When you invoke a REXX exec using either the CALL instruction or a 
> REXX function
>        call, you can pass up to 20 arguments to an exec. Each argument must be
>        separated by a comma.
Thanks, Gil, for that pointer. How come I missed that? 


P.S. A more to-the-point error message text would have helped. If something 
along the lines of "too many arguments" would have appeared in the text...

For IBM-MAIN subscribe / signoff / archive access instructions,
send email to lists...@listserv.ua.edu with the message: INFO IBM-MAIN

Reply via email to