5.8.62. SETL directive

The SETL directive sets the value of a local or global logical variable.

Syntax

The syntax of SETL is:

variable-name SETL expression

where:

variable-name

is the name of a variable declared by a GBLL or LCLL directive.

expression

is an expression that evaluates to either {TRUE} or {FALSE}.

Usage

You must declare variable-name using a LCLL or GBLL directive before using SETL. Refer to GBLL directive and LCLL directive for more information.

Example

		GBLL		Debug
Debug		SETL		{TRUE}
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