Buffers - file characteristics, COBOL Programming

Buffers:

The Modern computers are able of handling I-O operations independent of the CPU by means of the hardware termed as data channel.

For illustration, if two buffers are allocated for an input file, the IOCS can fill- in one buffer whereas the program processes the records already read and accessible in the other buffer. 

 

 

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