Comparison of numeric operands - relational condition , COBOL Programming

Comparison of Numeric Operands:

We are well-known with the kind of the relational condition where both the operands are numeric. The comparison in this situation is algebraic and the two operands can be compared despite of the size and USAGE of the fields. 

 

 

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