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.)
For details on the format, see:
The USE FOR DEBUGGING declarative procedures are activated when DEBUG is
in effect and inhibited when NODEBUG is in effect.
- Language Environment Programming Guide for OS/390 and VM
- COBOL Set for AIX Programming Guide for AIX
- VisualAge COBOL Programming Guide for OS/2 and Windows
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
You do not have to recompile the source program to activate or deactivate
the object-time switch.
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