COBOL EXIT

>COBOL EXIT, COBOL/400
The COBOL EXIT PROGRAM statement specifies the end of a called program and returns control to the calling program.

>COBOL EXIT Statement, COBOL/400
The COBOL EXIT statement provides a common end point for a series of paragraphs. The EXIT in COBOL statement must be preceded by a paragraph-name and must appear in a sentence by itself.

>COBOL EXIT Statement, Micro Focus
The COBOL EXIT statement provides a common end point for a series of procedures. It can also exit an inline PERFORM, a paragraph or a section. The COBOL EXIT PROGRAM statement marks the logical end of a called program. The EXIT METHOD in COBOL statement marks the logical end of an invoked method. The COBOL EXIT FUNCTION statement marks the logical end of the execution of a function.

>COBOL EXIT Statement, COBOL for AIX
The COBOL EXIT statement provides a common end point for a series of procedures. The EXIT in COBOL statement enables you to assign a procedure-name to a given point in a program. The COBOL EXIT statement is treated as a CONTINUE statement. Any statements following the COBOL EXIT statement are executed.

>EXIT Syntax, Micro Focus
Illustrates the format of the COBOL EXIT, EXIT FUNCTION, EXIT METHOD, EXIT PERFORM, EXIT Paragraph and COBOL EXIT PROGRAM syntax.

>EXIT Verb, Syntax of COBOL Circa 1988
Provides a diagram for the COBOL EXIT verb Circa 1988.

>EXIT Statement in COBOL, HP COBOL II/XL
The EXIT in COBOL provides a common end point for a series of procedures. EXIT in COBOL must appear in a sentence by itself. EXIT statement must be the only sentence in a paragraph. It serves only to enable you to terminate a procedure and has no other effect on the compilation or execution of the program.

>EXIT Statement in COBOL, Compaq COBOL
The EXIT statement in COBOL provides a common logical end point for a series of procedures. The COBOL EXIT statement must appear in a sentence by itself and be the only sentence in the paragraph. The EXIT statement in COBOL associates a procedure-name with a point in the program. It has no other effect on program compilation or execution.

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