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APPENDIX1.3.5 Activate Object-Time Switch



The object-time switch is set when the run-time option DEBUG or NODEBUG is specified. (DEBUG is the default supplied by IBM.)

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The USE FOR DEBUGGING declarative procedures are activated when DEBUG is in effect and inhibited when NODEBUG is in effect.

The debugging lines (D in column 7) are not affected by the DEBUG/NODEBUG option; they are always active if they have been compiled.

When WITH DEBUGGING MODE is not specified in the SOURCE-COMPUTER paragraph, the object-time switch has no effect on execution of the object program.

You do not have to recompile the source program to activate or deactivate the object-time switch.

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