Input and output procedure in statement, COBOL Programming

INPUT AND OUTPUT PROCEDURE IN SORT STATEMENT:

The common format of the SORT statement can write as shown below:

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The format of the RELEASE statement is as shown below:

                           RELEASE      record-name        [  FROM   identifier   ]

The format of the RETURN statement is as shown below:

                            RETURN      file-name    RECORD     [  INTO  identifier  ]

                             ;  AT   END  imperative statement.

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