COBOL Redefines

>COBOL REDEFINES
Can the COBOL REDEFINES clause be used at 01 level?

>COBOL REDEFINES Clause
The COBOL REDEFINES clause allows different data description entries to describe the same storage area.

>COBOL REDEFINES Clause
This is a discussion about the COBOL REDEFINES clause, what it is, why it is used, and how to deal with it on a PC.

>COBOL REDEFINES Clause
This is a question about the COBOL REDEFINES clause.

>COBOL REDEFINES Clause
The COBOL REDEFINES clause allows the same computer memory area to be described by different data items.

>COBOL REDEFINES Clause
The COBOL REDEFINES clause allows you to have multiple field definitions for the same piece of storage.

>COBOL REDEFINES Example
This ia a COBOL program example of the COBOL REDEFINES clause.

>REDEFINES in COBOL
How can I use the COBOL REDEFINES clause to define a PIC X(13) by redefining it to be a numeric so that I can compare it for zeros?

>REDEFINES in COBOL Group Data Items
If you declare a member of a group data item with the COBOL REDEFINES clause, and that group data item is referred to as a whole in an SQL statement, any subordinate items containing the COBOL REDEFINES clause are not expanded.

>Using REDEFINES in COBOL
The is a COBOL example that shows the COBOL REDEFINES clause.

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