The following built-in Rexx Miscellaneous Functions.
|Returns the name of the environment to which commands are currently being sent.
|Returns an argument string or information about the argument strings to a program or internal routine.
|Returns a string composed of the two input strings logically ANDed together, bit by bit.
|Returns a string composed of the two input strings logically ORed together, bit by bit.
|Returns a string composed of the two input strings eXclusive ORed together, bit by bit.
|Returns the condition information, such as name and status, associated with the current trapped condition.
|Returns the date in the default format (dd mon yyyy) or in one of various optional formats.
|Returns the error message associated with the specified error number.
|This function is provided only by TSO. Returns the number of elements in the terminal input buffer. In TSO/E, this function always returns a 0.
|This function is provided only by TSO. Returns the current terminal line width minus 1.
|Returns the number of lines remaining in the external data queue at the time when the function is invoked.
|Returns either the line number of the last line in the source file or the source line specified by a number.
|Returns the local time in the default 24-hour clock format (hh:mm:ss) or in one of various optional formats.
|Returns the trace actions currently in effect.
|Returns the TSO/E user ID, if the REXX exec is running in the TSO/E address space.
|Returns the value of a specified symbol and optionally assigns it a new value.
|Returns a string of all 1-byte codes (in ascending order) between and including specified starting and ending values.