Plus sign - edit characters for numeric data, COBOL Programming

Plus Sign - edit characters for numeric data:

+ (Plus Sign) :

A plus sign is alike to minus sign except that when the item is positive, +sign will be inserted rather than of the space character.When the item happens to be negative, a minus sign will be inserted though there is a plus sign in the picture.


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