COBOL date

Provides examples of COBOL date, current-date, and system date in COBOL.

>COBOL CURRENT-DATE, Course Notes
A useful intrinsic function is the COBOL CURRENT-DATE which is a replacement for ACCEPT DATE and ACCEPT TIME. The COBOL CURRENT-DATE is Y2K-compliant, having a 4-digit year. This function returns a 20-character alphanumeric field.

>COBOL CURRENT-DATE, Example of Usage
A COBOL example of using the CURRENT DATE function in COBOL.

>COBOL CURRENT-DATE, HP COBOL II/XL
The COBOL CURRENT-DATE function returns the calendar date, time of day, and the difference between the local time and Universal Coordinated Time (UTC), or Greenwich Mean Time.

>COBOL Date Functions, COBOL Study Material
The COBOL CURRENT-DATE is the COBOL intrinsic function to get current date, time and difference between current location time and Greenwich Mean Time.

>Date in COBOL, ILE/COBOL
It describes the DATE handling functions in COBOL for ILE/COBOL. Provides a COBOL example of ILE functions related to DATE handling.

 

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