COBOL Initialize

>COBOL INITIALIZE, HP COBOL II/XL
The COBOL INITIALIZE statement sets selected types of data fields to predefined values. It can set numeric data to zeros or alphanumeric data to spaces.

>COBOL INITIALIZE Statement, COBOL/400
The COBOL INITIALIZE statement sets selected categories of data fields to predetermined values; it is functionally equivalent to one or more MOVE statements.

>COBOL INITIALIZE, Example Code
A discussion on how COBOL initializes fields and how the COBOL INITIALIZE statement would treat FILLER items in WORKING-STORAGE.

>INITIALIZE in COBOL Example
Presents an example and discussion of using the COBOL INITIALIZE verb.

>INITIALIZE in COBOL, Micro Focus Enterprise Developer for Visual Studio
The INITIALIZE in COBOL statement provides the ability to set selected data items to specified values.

>INITIALIZE Statement, COBOL for AIX
The INITIALIZE in COBOL sets selected categories of data fields to predetermined values. The COBOL INITIALIZE is functionally equivalent to one or more MOVE statements.

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