When using ACR delimited user programs (UUPDLIM) to split fields by commas, you will also need to specify enclosure characters to prevent ACR from splitting on commas within text strings or large numbers.
The enclosure character is a single character value. This character marks the beginning and the end of a span of your input source where delimiters should be ignored. This allows for numbers, such as 123,456.78, to be captured as a single field value and not two field values containing 123 and 456.78.
The enclosure character is defined by the /E flag, followed by the character used for enclosures. The enclosure character itself should be specified directly after the /E flag, without any spaces nor quotes surrounding the value.
For example, if your enclosure character is a double quote, the value to append to your Program Data will be