How to use record sequential vs. line sequential and ASA carriage control instead of ASCII in CODE-1 Plus for Unix

Operating System: Linux, Unix
Products Affected:  CODE-1 Plus

It is possible to use record sequential input instead of line sequential (no CR/LF and packed to 133 characters), if they are fixed length records. 

As far as using ASA 
carriage control instead of ASCII carriage control, this would not be considered CR/LF.  However, if the records are all the same length, you can choose to account for it in the record length and simply use the F format in the FILEDF parameter (fixed length with no end of record delimiter, pads with blanks to set record length - byte stream, mainframe fixed blocked and unblocked).  Typically for Unix, the format is let to L (line-sequential with delimiter(s) at end of record.
UPDATED:  September 18, 2017