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The Display PTF Groups (DSPPTFGRP) command with OUTPUT(*PRINT) was added in 7.3 and PTF'd back to 7.1 and 7.2. DSPPTFGRP works on a single PTF group, but the List PTF Groups (QpzListPtfGroups) API can be used to return a list of all PTF groups that are known to the system. Another alternative is the GROUP_PTF_INFO view which contains information about the all PTF groups for the server.
Lol... PTF_CURRENCY :-) I guess you meant QSYS2.GROUP_PTF_INFO
More info at https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/wikis/home?lang=en#!/wiki/IBM%20i%20Technology%20Updates/page/QSYS2.GROUP_PTF_INFO%20view
you could use SQL (or QMQRY) to get this information:
SELECT * FROM SYSTOOLS.GROUP_PTF_CURRENCY
PTF_GROUP_STATUS_ON_SYSTEM <> '??'