Statements for sequential files , COBOL Programming

STATEMENTS FOR SEQUENTIAL FILES:

A basic operation on a file includes the reading and writing of its records.

Whenever the file is sequential, there are three verbs for the aim. These are READ, WRITE and REWRITE. 

 

 

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