WTSupported in traditional Synergy on Windows

WNSupported in Synergy .NET on Windows

USupported on UNIX

VSupported on OpenVMS

DECR variable
Arguments
variable
The variable to be decremented. (n)
Discussion
The DECR statement decreases the value of a specified numeric value by 1.
The value of variable can be positive or negative. If the decremented value of variable overflows its size, variable is set to its zero representation. For example, the following code fragment decrements dvar from ‑9 to 0, because dvar is a d1 field instead of a d2:
record dvar ,d1, 9
proc
decr dvar
Using the DECR statement is more efficient than subtracting 1 from a variable. 
With integer variables, if the variable has the maximum negative value for its size, the following statements have different results: decr ivar ivar = ivar  1 In the example below, i1 = i1 – 1 is equivalent to i1 = ‑129, which results in 127. See Moving integer data to an integer destination for more information. This behavior is consistent with the behavior of decimal variables, which may be used as counters. record i1 ,i1, 128 ;Max negative value for an i1 field proc decr i1 ;Result is 0 i1 = 128 i1 = i1  1 ;Result is 127 
See also
INCR.
Examples
The following example:
decr dvar(2,5)
is functionally equivalent to
dvar(2,5) = dvar(2,5)  1