COBOL GOBACK

>COBOL GOBACK, COBOL/400
The COBOL GOBACK statement specifies the logical end of a called program. It functions like the EXIT PROGRAM statement when coded as a part of a called program, and like the STOP RUN statement when coded in a main program. In a sentence, the COBOL GOBACK statement should appear as the only statement or as the last statement in a series of imperative statements, because any statements following COBOL GOBACK are not executed.

>COBOL GOBACK Statement, HP COBOL II/XL
The COBOL GOBACK statement must be the only statement in a sentence. If used in a series of imperative statements, it must be the last statement in the series. The GOBACK statement marks the logical end of a program. The GOBACK in COBOL statement is an HP extension to the ANSI COBOL standard.

>COBOL GOBACK Statement, COBOL for AIX
The COBOL GOBACK statement functions like the EXIT PROGRAM statement when it is coded as part of a called program (or the EXIT METHOD statement when GOBACK in COBOL is coded as part of an invoked method) and like the STOP RUN statement when coded in a main program. The GOBACK statement specifies the logical end of a called program or invoked method.

>GOBACK in COBOL Verb, Micro Focus
Illustrates the format of the COBOL GOBACK statement.

>GOBACK in COBOL, Micro Focus Enterprise
The GOBACK statement in COBOL marks the logical end of a called program. If a COBOL GOBACK statement appears in a consecutive sequence of imperative statements within a sentence, it must appear as the last statement in that sequence.

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