Anyone having some good experience in retrofiiting Pls answer my question.....
While retrofitting the positions of EJECT/SKIP are generally
ambiguous.So what approach can be taken for deciding their positions.There are many scenarios in which this happens....so I am not posting any particular scenario.
Joined: 22 Nov 2005 Posts: 700 Location: Troy, Michigan USA
The EJECT and SKIP are put in the COBOL code only to make the compiled listing more readable, they have no affect on the execution of the program. You should put the EJECTs and SKIPs where ever it will make the compiled listing the most easily read and understood