4.1.2 OBJECT-COMPUTER Paragraph
The OBJECT-COMPUTER paragraph specifies the system for which the object
program is designated.
___ Format __________________________________________________________________________________
| >>__OBJECT-COMPUTER.______________________________________________________________________> |
| >__ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______>< |
| |_computer-name__ ___________________________________________ __| entry 1 |__._| |
| |_MEMORY__ ______ __integer__ _WORDS______ _| |
| |_SIZE_| |_CHARACTERS_| |
| |_MODULES____| |
| entry 1: |
| |__ _____________________________________________________________ ________________________| |
| |_ _________ __ ___________ __SEQUENCE__ ____ __alphabet-name_| |
| |_PROGRAM_| |_COLLATING_| |_IS_| |
A system-name. For example:
The amount of main storage needed to run the object program. The
MEMORY SIZE clause is syntax checked, but it has no effect on the
execution of the program.
PROGRAM COLLATING SEQUENCE IS
The collating sequence used in this program is the collating sequence
associated with the specified alphabet-name.
Expressed in words, characters, or modules.
The collating sequence pertains to this program and any programs it
The collating sequence.
PROGRAM COLLATING SEQUENCE determines the truth value of the following
The PROGRAM COLLATING SEQUENCE clause also applies to any nonnumeric merge
or sort keys, unless the COLLATING SEQUENCE phrase is specified in the
MERGE or SORT statement.
- Those explicitly specified in relation conditions
- Those explicitly specified in condition-name conditions
X >_Host_> Under OS/390 and VM, the PROGRAM COLLATING SEQUENCE clause is not
X applied to the DBCS character set. <_Host_<
X >_Workstation_> Under AIX, OS/2, and Windows, the PROGRAM COLLATING
X SEQUENCE clause is not allowed if the code page in effect is a DBCS or EUC
X code page. <_Workstation_<
When the PROGRAM COLLATING SEQUENCE clause is omitted:
- >_Host_> Under OS/390 and VM, the EBCDIC collating sequence is used.
(See Appendix B, "EBCDIC and ASCII Collating Sequences" in
topic APPENDIX1.2.) <_Host_<
- >_Workstation_> Under AIX, OS/2, and Windows, the COLLSEQ compiler
option indicates the collating sequence used. For example, if
COLLSEQ(EBCDIC) is specified and the PROGRAM COLLATING SEQUENCE is not
specified (or is NATIVE), the EBCDIC collating sequence is applied.
Except for the PROGRAM COLLATING SEQUENCE clause, the OBJECT-COMPUTER
paragraph is syntax checked, but it has no effect on the execution of the
Certain permanent segments can be overlaid by independent segments
while still retaining the logical properties of fixed portion
segments. (Fixed portion segments are made up of fixed permanent and
fixed overlayable segments.)
An integer ranging from 1 through 49.
When SEGMENT-LIMIT is specified:
For example, if SEGMENT-LIMIT IS 25 is specified:
- A fixed permanent segment is one with a priority-number less
than the priority-number specified.
- A fixed overlayable segment is one with a priority-number
ranging from that specified through 49, inclusive.
When SEGMENT-LIMIT is omitted, all sections with priority-numbers
0 through 49 are fixed permanent segments.
- Sections with priority-numbers 0 through 24 are fixed
- Sections with priority-numbers 25 through 49 are fixed
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