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MOTCLE ABBREVIATION DESCRIPTION
Addressing See AMODE.
addressing mode AMODE The attribute of a program module that identifies the addressing range in which the program entry point can receive control
addressing mode AMODE A program attribute that refers to the address length that is expected to be in effect when the program is entered. In z/OS, addresses can be 24, 31, or 64 bits in length
addressing mode AMODE mode d'adressage des programmes (24 ou 31 bits)
AMODE See addressing mode
AMODE addressing mode
AMODE Addressing MODE. Attribute of z/OS programs indicating the length (in bits) of the addresses used in the program. Introduced in MVS/XA to differentiate between the new 31 bit addressing that expanded the addressable space from 16MB (24 bit) to 2GB. z/OS introduced 64 bit addressing.
residency mode RMODE In z/OS, a program attribute that refers to where a module is prepared to run. RMODE can be 24 or ANY. ANY refers to the fact that the module can be loaded either above or below the 16M line. RMODE 24 means the module expects to be loaded below the 16M line
residency mode RMODE The attribute of a program module that specifies whether the module, when loaded, must reside below the 16MB virtual storage line or may reside anywhere in virtual storage
RMODE See residency mode
RMODE residency mode