Using the Binder "high level" interface 
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 Using the Binder "high level" interface

I am interested in any examples of assembler code that uses the Binders
"high level" interface (the two macros) to access load modules.  

What I want do to is read a load library (maybe a PDSE) and report on the
linkedit date, complier used and some of the options used at compile time
(from the footprint in the load module).


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Tue, 14 Apr 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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