Stores the address of a variable at a specified location.
This routine is called with the following parameters, stylistically presented (the actual syntax varies according to the programming language being used):
In high-level languages, the details of the parameter list are handled by the compiler. For Assembler, the parameter list consists of contiguous 4 byte entries, each containing the 31 bit address of a parameter. The last address has the first bit set to one to indicate the end of the list.
The parameters for this routine are:
|ReturnCode||A 4 byte unsigned integer field into which the return code will be placed by CLIv2.|
|Target||The area where the source address will be stored.|
|Source||Address to be stored.|
DBCHSAD is intended for use in COBOL and other languages that do not support pointer manipulation.