INCLUDE Statement

The INCLUDE statement submits statements stored as a module in the data dictionary to the system generation compiler. Modules containing system generation statements can be added to the data dictionary by using the IDD DDDL compiler. Each statement must be complete and must conform to the processing options established for input statements for the current session.
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The INCLUDE statement submits statements stored as a module in the data dictionary to the system generation compiler. Modules containing system generation statements can be added to the data dictionary by using the IDD DDDL compiler. Each statement must be complete and must conform to the processing options established for input statements for the current session.
You can code any number of INCLUDE statements in the system generation source input. Upon encountering an INCLUDE statement, the compiler retrieves and processes each statement from the named module. When the compiler reaches the end of an included module, it continues processing with the next statement (if any) after the INCLUDE statement.
Included modules cannot be nested; that is, a module that is the object of an INCLUDE statement cannot itself contain an INCLUDE statement. Only one INCLUDE statement can be coded on a line.