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COBOL Rewrite Syntax

 

Examples of COBOL Rewrite syntax and command.
 > COBOL REWRITE Statement - COBOL/400
The COBOL REWRITE statement logically replaces an existing record in a direct-access file. When the COBOL REWRITE statement is executed, the associated direct-access file must be open in I-O mode. The COBOL REWRITE statement has two formats.

 > COBOL REWRITE Statement - HP COBOL II/XL
The COBOL REWRITE statement logically replaces an existing record in a sequential, relative, random, or indexed mass storage file. The file position indicator is unaffected by the execution of a COBOL REWRITE statement.

 > REWRITE Statement - ILE COBOL
The REWRITE statement in COBOL logically replaces an existing record in a direct-access file. When the COBOL REWRITE statement is executed, the associated direct-access file must be open in I-O mode. The COBOL REWRITE statement has two formats.

 > REWRITE Statement in COBOL - Micro Focus COBOL
REWRITE statement in COBOL logically replaces a record existing in a disk file.

 > COBOL REWRITE Verb - Syntax of COBOL Circa 1988
Describes the syntax of the COBOL REWRITE verb Circa 1988.

 
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