Since the 3.1 release, CA XCOM for UNIX automatically interprets machine code characters in a report. XCOM identifies a report with machine codes by determining that it has been sent from a mainframe machine code dataset, such as FBM, or that the partner has specified that there are IBM machine codes.
Here is a table that lists the codes that are supported and what is inserted in the report for each code. A 0a character represents a line feed and a 0c character is a top of form.
|0X0B SKIP ONE LINE||0a|
|0X13 SKIP TWO LINES||0a0a|
|0X1B SKIP THREE LINES||0a0a0a|
|0X01 WRITE NO SPACE||no special characters|
|0X09 WRITE SPACE ONE||0a - at the end of the record|
|0X11 WRITE SPACE TWO||0a0a - at the end of the record|
|0X19 WRITE SPACE THREE||0a0a0a - at the end of the record|