Illustration of renames clause, COBOL Programming

Illustration of Renames clause:

In the illustration, PAT-OTHER-THAN-BASIC will become a fresh group consisting of DEARNESS-ALLOWANCE, HOUSE-RENT & MTHLY-INCENTIVE. Keep in mind that the new group overlaps on two original groups, viz., part of FIXED-PAY and the whole ADDITIONAL-PAY. These overlapping are allowed given the elementary items are all contiguous. In a same way IT-AN-DEDUCTIONS has two elementary items PF-DEDUCT and IT-DEDUCT. This latest group is formed out of the original group deductions. Alternatively, the similar thing can also be completed in the original description itself by placing the IT-AND-PF-DEDUCTIONS at level 04 under DEDUCTIONS. The accurate syntax of the RENAMES clause is as shown below:

66  data-name-1 RENAMES daa-name-2 THRU data-nmae-3

 

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