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teji4

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2008 6:12 pm    Post subject: how to write in cobol 01 - jan, 02 - feb ........
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How to write in cobol program

insted of 01 it will come as Jan
02 it will come as Feb

upto 12 it will come as Dec.( only 3 characteres)

with out using evaluate and if statement.

how to find this?

pls let me know any one.
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Using DB2's date functions would work. You could do a select and cast to turn it into the month name.
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Hi stodolas,

i am asking about using cobol statement with out using db2
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teji4 wrote:
Hi stodolas,

i am asking about using cobol statement with out using db2


Use a table lookup with the month as the subscript.
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