COBOL copy

Examples of COBOL copy syntax and command, including COBOL Copybook.

>COBOL COPY verb, Course Notes, Northern Illinois University, Faculty
The COBOL COPY verb copies previously written COBOL code into a program. Provides an example of how to include a COBOL COBOYBOOK in JCL.

>COBOL COPY verb, Course Notes, University of Limerick, Department of Computer Science and Information Systems (CSIS)
An introduction to the COBOL COPY syntax is provided. How the COBOL COPY works is described. Four example programs showing the program source text before processing the COBOL COPY statements, the copy library text, and the program source text after processing the COBOL COPY statements in the program.

>COBOL COPY statement, HP COBOL II/XL Reference Manual
The COBOL COPY statement is the method by which source records in a COBOL library are copied into your source program. This COBOL COPY statement may appear anywhere in your source program, from the IDENTIFICATION DIVISION to the end of the PROCEDURE DIVISION.

>COBOL COPYBOOK, Information Technology Toolbox, Data Warehouse Knowledge Base COBOL Copybook Example
How to define COBOL Source using COBOL Copybook. Provides a COBOL COPYBOOK example

>COBOL Copy File, REPLACING Function, SimoTime Enterprises
The COBOL COPY statement is described. It shows how to use the REPLACING function with a COBOL COPY file statement within a COBOL program.

>COPYBOOK, Wikipedia
A COPYBOOK is the section of code in a high-level computer programming language that is copied from a master copy and inserted in several different programs (or multiple places in a single program). The term "copybook" is mainly used in a COBOL or IBM mainframe context. Other languages often refer to it as an "include".


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