COBOL Stop

>COBOL Stop Statement - HP COBOL II/XL
The COBOL STOP statement provides a means of temporarily suspending execution of your object program, as well as a means of stopping it completely.

>COBOL Stop Statement - ILE COBOL
The COBOL STOP statement halts execution of the object program either permanently or temporarily.

>COBOL Stop Statement - Micro Focus Net Express
The COBOL STOP statement causes a permanent or temporary suspension of the execution of the run unit. The COBOL STOP literal 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.

>Stop Statement in COBOL - IBM AIX
The STOP statement in COBOL halts execution of the object program either permanently or temporarily. Do not use COBOL STOP RUN or COBOL STOP literal in programs compiled with the THREAD compiler option. The COBOL STOP RUN statement closes all files defined in any of the programs in the run unit.

>Stop Statement in COBOL - Micro Focus Visual COBOL
The STOP statement in COBOL causes a permanent or temporary suspension of the execution of the run unit. The COBOL STOP literal 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. If a COBOL STOP RUN 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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