The EJECT statement specifies that the next source statement is to be
printed at the top of the next page.
The EJECT statement must be the only statement on the line. It can be
written in either Area A or Area B, and can be terminated with a separator period.
The EJECT statement must be embedded in a program source. For example, in the case of batch applications, the EJECT statement must be placed between the CBL (PROCESS) statement and the end of the program (or the END PROGRAM header, if specified).
The EJECT statement has no effect on the compilation of the source program itself.