Performs a bitwise logical AND operation on two or more non-numeric or numeric operands.

When calling this routine, ensure you are using the 1024 calling convention.

## Syntax:

CALL "C$LogicalAnd"
[GIVING result]
USING operand1 {operand2} ...

## Parameters:

- result
- PIC 9(n)
- operand1
- A non-numeric or numeric operand
- operand2, 3, etc
- A non-numeric or numeric operand that must be of the same data type as
`operand1`
Note: If any non-numeric

`operand2` is shorter than

`operand1`, it is assumed to be padded on the right with binary zeroes.

## On Entry:

- operand1, 2, 3, etc
- Non-numeric or numeric operands, which must be of the same data type as
`operand1`.

## On Exit:

- result
- The result of the operation or
`operand1`.

## Comments:

For non-numeric USING operands, the bitwise logical AND of all the operands replaces the value of
`operand1`. The value of
`result` is set to a non-zero value if any character of
`operand1` is non-zero after the operation completes and zero otherwise.

For numeric USING operands, each operand is converted, if necessary, to a 32-bit binary integer. These 32-bit binary values are logically ANDed together. If the GIVING phrase is specified, the result of this operation is stored in
`result` and the value of
`operand1` is not modified. If the GIVING phrase is not specified, the result of this operation is stored in
`operand1`.