So you are still not using the classes?
This is a small example of a project that uses a bitvector class.
You can use this class to set/reset bits (not logicals, but really on the level of the bits), do some bit operation between bitvectors (AND, OR, XOR, NEGATE), turn the bitvector into a string using your own chosen characters, e.g. YNNNYNNNY (Y means bit on and N means bit off). You can test if a bit is on or off and finally you can also clone an existing bitvector.
I have built this example in a very short time, so don’t expect too much from it. It’s just an example.
The sources have been taken from Natural for Windows, but it should also work on the mainframe.
Please have a look at the example program (a very small unit test) to get an idea.
BITVECTOR.zip (7.47 KB)