Move verb - cobol programming, COBOL Programming

Introduction to MOVE Verb:

The aim of this section is to introduce the learner how to move data from one place to the other place in the memory. This is completed with the help of MOVE verb. The syntax, rules and the illustrations will make the learner to understand the MOVE verb. 

SYNTAX OF MOVE VERB:

The common form of the MOVE verb is as shown below:

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