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If I have a FLEP for file "A", and in that FLEP I read file "X", will the record buffer for the calling process for file "X" be changed (if it uses file "X"), or does the calling process have it's own record buffer for ""X"? I realize that if I change file "A", the calling process will see the change, I'm just wondering if that applies to all files I use in the FLEP.

Each "stream" has it's own set of variables (not just the record buffer, but PDF's, readnext positions, ....).

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