File description for the relative and indexed files, COBOL Programming

File Description for the Relative and Indexed Files:

The FD entry for a relative or an indexed file is similar to that of a sequential file. Some compilers do not permit variable-length record or the blocking of records in the situation of the direct access files. 

 

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