Write statement - sequential files, COBOL Programming

WRITE statement:

The WRITE statement for tape and sequential-disk files has the syntax shown below.

WRITE            record-name      [  FROM    identifier   ]

As a result of the execution of the WRITE statement, the record is free from the record region and is written onto the file. 



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