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What is the difference between --- MODE and --- INTERACTIVE PHASE?
--- INTERACTIVE PHASE is set during input processes and indicates which data
entry phase is currently in force. It works with  --- MODE and, although they
work together, each has a specific use.

MODE is determined when the user selects an input process from a menu and
selects a mode option (ADD, CHG, DEL, or INQ). INTERACTIVE PHASE determines
what the user may do while in that mode. For example, if you are in ADD mode
entering data into a scrolling frame, you can move the cursor to a previously
added record and select the change item option. At this time you will still be
in add mode, but the interactive phase will change from data addition to data
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