Reserve clause and organization/access clause, COBOL Programming

RESERVE clause:

This clause indicates the number of buffers to be used for the file.

Integer-1 specifies this number.

ORGANIZATION/ACCESS clause:

These two clauses specify that the file is organized as a sequential file and will be available sequentially. 

 

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