What are name the divisions in a cobol program, COBOL Programming

Name the divisions in a COBOL program are given below

  1. DENTIFICATION DIVISION
  2. DATA DIVISION
  3. ENVIRONMENT DIVISION
  4. PROCEDURE DIVISION.

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