FLOAT is also a type of binary data type. Due to IEEE standards, most of the programming languages handle FLOAT in the same way. INTEGER data type is only for whole numbers (Numbers without decimal point). Theoretically, FLOAT is for real number which covers every possible number (With or without decimal point). But it is totally [...]
From ancient times we RPG programmers have been using INDICATORS from handling display files to tracking errors. But maintaining source with indicators in INXX(XX= 01 to 99) form is always hard. So, the concept of “Named Indicators” gives programmers power to give readable long names to Indicators which are easy to maintain.