Value specifies the number of screen lines to redisplay after the user has finished entering data into a field. This option is useful when the terminal or terminal emulator can accept Asian phonetic characters and translate them into ideograms. The entered characters will often overflow the displayed input field, but after translation, the resultant ideogram(s) will not. This option will clean up the screen by redisplaying the affected lines with the ideograms in place. For example:
After accepting input data, the Terminal Manager will redisplay the contents of the input field, the remainder of the line, and the two lines below it. If the CODE_SYSTEM runtime configuration variable is non-zero, specifying an Asian double-byte character system, the default value of REFRESH-LINES is 1. See Double-Byte Character Handling for more information.
If the CODE_SYSTEM runtime configuration variable is set to 0, indicating a single-byte ASCII or EBCDIC character system, the default value of REFRESH-LINES is 0. You may also use the configuration variable SCRN_REFRESH_LINES to set these values.