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A free-form control statement begins with CTL-OPT followed by zero or more keywords, followed by a semicolon.


You can mix free-form and fixed-form control statements. Each contiguous group of fixed-form specifications constitutes a single control statement.


When the compilation of a program contains any free-form control statements, the presence of the ACTGRP, BNDDIR, or STGMDL keyword will cause the DFTACTGRP keyword to default to *NO.


The only directives that are allowed within a free-form control statement are /IF, /ELSEIF, /ELSE, and /ENDIF.


ctl-opt datfmt(*iso) timfmt(*iso)
        alwnull(*usrctl);

ctl-opt option(*srcstmt)ccsid(*char:*jobrun);

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