Definition of 2102I

 

2102I INVALID DECIMAL OR HEXADECIMAL FIELD
content of statement in error
Cause: Non-decimal or non-hexadecimal character in decimal or hexadecimal field.
System Action: The invalid statement is ignored and processing continues, unless ACTION 2
CANCEL was specified to cancel the job.
Programmer Action: Refer to the applicable card format (DOS/VS System Control Statements,
under Linkage Editor) and compare this with the output on SYSLST. Some probable errors are:
· Non-hexadecimal characters in the assembled address, the ESID, or data fields of the REP
card.
· Non-hexadecimal characters in the origin field of the PHASE card when hexadecimal
format is used.
· Non-decimal characters in the origin field of the PHASE card when decimal format is used.
Correct the statement in error and resubmit the job.
If the problem recurs, have the
· linkage editor map
· log sheet
· job control cards
· object modules
available for problem determination.
If the program was compiled again, have the source deck and the program listing available.
Operator Action: none.





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