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we have input file ,record layout is EMP ID (6 char) , EMP NAME (20 char), Designation (3 char),Salary (5 digit)
Base Branch (10char) Grade (3 Alphanumeric).
This is the input file contain 150 records.
There are five base branches
chennai,
hyderabad,
bangalore,
mumbai,
delhi.

each base branch containing 30 records each.
We have to make an output file which can be our VSAM file where it will contain 3 output files which should merge
chennai and hyderabad (output file 1)
bangalore and mumbai (output file 2)
delhi into one.(output file 3)

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