Configuration section - cobol program, COBOL Programming

Configuration Section:

This section holds an overall specification of the computer used for the purpose of the compilation and execution of the program. There are in all 3 paragraphs in this section, namely, the source-computer, object-computer and the special names.

1) SOURCE-COMPUTER:

This paragraph identifies the name of the computer used to compile the COBOL program. Below is the form of this paragraph.

SOURCE-COMPUTER. computer-name.

For illustration, if ICL 1901 is to be used for compiling the COBOL source program, this paragraph must be as shown:

SOURCE-COMPUTER. ICL-1901

2) OBJECT-COMPUTER:

The Object-Computer paragraph explains the computer on which the program is to be executed. Below is the syntax for this paragraph.

OBJECT-COMPUTER. computer-name

CHARACTERS

[, MEMORY SIZE interger-1]

WORDS

[, PROGRAM COLLATING SEQUENCE IS alphabet-name]

[, SEGMENT-LIMIT IS interger-2].

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