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1. Characters--Meanings 1.1
2. Rules for Forming User-Defined Words from Multi-Byte
Characters 1.1.1.2
3. DEBUG-ITEM Subfield Contents 1.1.3.2
4. When Multi-Byte Characters are not Allowed in Nonnumeric
Literals 1.1.4.1
5. Format and Rules for Forming DBCS Literals 1.1.4.3
6. Separator Characters 1.1.5
7. Formation Rules for Program Names Based on PGMNAME Compiler
Option 3.1.1
8. Meanings of Environment Names 4.1.3
9. Types of Files 4.2.1
10. Statements Affecting Record Locking 4.2.13.1
11. Classes and Categories of Data 5.1.6.5
12. PICTURE Clause Symbol Meanings 5.3.11.1
13. Data Categories 5.3.11.4
14. SYNCHRONIZE Clause Effect on Other Language Elements 5.3.15
15. Binary and Unary Operators 6.1.5.1
16. Valid Arithmetic Symbol Pairs 6.1.5.1
17. Results of Using Date Fields in Addition 6.1.5.2.1
18. Results of Using Date Fields in Subtraction 6.1.5.2.2
19. Storing Arithmetic Results Involving Date Fields When ON SIZE ERROR
is Specified 6.1.5.2.3
20. Valid Forms of the Class Test for Different Types of
Identifiers 6.1.6.2
21. Relational Operators and Their Meanings 6.1.6.4
22. Comparisons with Date Fields 6.1.6.4.1
23. Permissible Comparisons for USAGE IS POINTER, NULL, and ADDRESS
OF 6.1.6.4.3
24. Permissible Comparisons with Numeric Second Operands 6.1.6.5.1
25. Permissible Comparisons with Nonnumeric Second Operands 6.1.6.5.2
26. Comparisons for Index-Names and Index Data Items 6.1.6.5.4
27. Logical Operators and Their Meanings 6.1.6.8
28. Combined Conditions--Permissible Element Sequences 6.1.6.10
29. Logical Operators and Evaluation Results of Combined
Conditions 6.1.6.10
30. Abbreviated Combined Conditions--Permissible Element
Sequences 6.1.6.11.1
31. Abbreviated Combined Conditions--Unabbreviated
Equivalents 6.1.6.11.1
32. Imperative Statements 6.1.7.1
33. Conditional Statements 6.1.7.2
34. Exponentiation Size Error Conditions 6.1.8.4
35. How the Composite of Operands is Determined 6.1.8.6.1
36. Status Key Values and Meanings 6.1.8.9.1
37. Sequential Files and CLOSE Statement Phrases 6.2.6.1
38. Indexed and Relative File Types and CLOSE Statement Phrases 6.2.6.1
39. Line Sequential File Types and CLOSE Statement Phrases 6.2.6.1
40. Meanings of Key Letters for Sequential File Types 6.2.6.1
41. Treatment of the Content of Data Items 6.2.21.6
42. Valid and Invalid Elementary Moves 6.2.24.1
43. Moves Involving Date Fields 6.2.24.1.1
44. Availability of a File 6.2.26.3
45. Permissible Statements for Sequential Files 6.2.26.3
46. Permissible Statements for Indexed and Relative Files 6.2.26.3
47. Permissible Statements for Line Sequential Files (Workstation
Only) 6.2.26.3
48. Sending and Receiving Fields for Format 1 SET Statement 6.2.33.1
49. Sending and Receiving Fields for Format 5 SET Statement 6.2.33.5
50. Characters examined when DELIMITED BY is not specified 6.2.39.7
51. Meanings of Environment-names in SPECIAL NAMES paragraph 6.2.40.6.3
52. Table of Functions 7.1.2
53. Execution of Debugging Declaratives 8.1.15.4
54. CALLINTERFACE Options supported by Platform 8.2.1
55. Compiler Limits APPENDIX1.1
56. EBCDIC Collating Sequence APPENDIX1.2.1
57. ASCII Collating Sequence APPENDIX1.2.2
58. Reserved Words APPENDIX1.4
59. Language Difference Between Mainframe and Workstation IBM
COBOL APPENDIX1.7


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