COBOL Start

>COBOL Start Statement - COBOL/400
The COBOL START statement positions an indexed or relative file for subsequent sequential record retrieval. When the COBOL START statement is executed, the associated indexed or relative file must be open in either INPUT or I-O mode.

>COBOL Start Statement - Compaq COBOL
The COBOL START statement establishes the logical position of the File Position Indicator in an indexed or relative file.

>COBOL Start Statement - HP COBOL II/XL
The COBOL START statement provides a basis for logical positioning within a relative or indexed file, in sequential or dynamic access mode, for subsequent retrieval of records.

>Start Statement in COBOL - IBM AIX
The START statement in COBOL provides a means of positioning within an indexed or relative file for subsequent sequential record retrieval. When the COBOL START statement is executed, the associated indexed or relative file must be open in either INPUT or I-O mode.

>Start Statement in COBOL - Micro Focus Visual COBOL
The START statement in COBOL provides a basis for logical positioning within a relative or indexed file for subsequent retrieval of records. The COBOL START statement is not available for files with sequential organization. The START statement in COBOL initiates execution of a thread, either synchronously or asynchronously.

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