COBOL table

Examples of COBOL table syntax and command.

>COBOL-85 Tutorial, The e-academy
Working with TABLES in COBOL.

>COBOL Examples, University of Limerick, Department of Computer Science and Information Systems (CSIS)
Provide examples of COBOL TABLES.

>Course Notes, Northern Illinois University, Faculty
Describes multidimensional indexed TABLES in COBOL. Indexed TABLES are defined in COBOL using the occurs n times and indexed by clauses.

>Course Notes, University of Limerick, Department of Computer Science and Information Systems (CSIS)
Describes COBOL TABLES.

>HP COBOL II/XL Reference Manual
COBOL TABLES composed of contiguous data items are defined in COBOL by using the OCCURS clause in a record description entry. The OCCURS clause states how many elements there are in a COBOL TABLE, gives these elements a common name, tells whether the elements are arranged in ascending or descending order, and whether to use subscripting or indexing to access elements of the COBOL TABLE.

>Lecture Notes, Saint Xavier University, Faculty
A COBOL TABLE (or array) is a series of repeating data elements. The individual elements of an table are referenced within programs by appending a subscript to the element name.

 

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