COBOL GO TO

>GO TO Statement, COBOL/400
The COBOL GO TO statement transfers control from one part of the Procedure Division to another. GO TO in COBOL has three formats.

>COBOL GO TO, Micro Focus Developer
The COBOL GO TO statement causes control to be transferred from one part of the Procedure Division to another. The option of omitting procedure-name-1 in a Format 1 GO TO statement is classed as an obsolete element in the ANSI'85 standard and is scheduled to be deleted from the next full revision of the ANSI Standard. All dialects in this COBOL implementation fully support this syntax.

>COBOL GO TO Syntax, COBOL Circa 1988
Provides a diagram for the COBOL GO TO syntax Circa 1988.

>COBOL GO TO Verb, Micro Focus
Illustrates the format of the COBOL GO TO verb.

>GO TO in COBOL, COBOL for AIX
The GO TO in COBOL statement transfers control from one part of the procedure division to another. The types of COBOL GO TO statements are: Unconditional, Conditional and Altered.

 

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