Specifies the list entry number that is to be deleted.
The default value of *CURRENT specifies that the entry currently selected (ie retrieved) from the list, in a SELECTLIST/ENDSELECT list processing loop or by a GET_ENTRY or LOC_ENTRY command, will be deleted from the list.
A numeric value or field name specifies the entry number of the list that is to be deleted. As each entry is added to a list by the ADD_ENTRY command it is assigned a number that identifies it. List entries are numbered from 1 (first entry number) to 9999 (maximum possible last entry number). This entry number can then vary as ADD_ENTRY commands, to add after previous list entries, or DLT_ENTRY commands, to delete previous list entries, are executed. By specifying a list entry number it is possible to delete an individual list entry without first having selected (or retrieved) it.
Specifies the name of the list from which the entry should be deleted.
The default value of *FIRST specifies that the first list declared in the RDML program by a DEF_LIST (define list) command is the list to be used (which must be a working list).
If a list name is used then the list name must be declared elsewhere in the RDML program by a DEF_LIST (define list) command.