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  • GNU COBOL Sample ProgramsFor Version 2.1 [23NOV2013]

    Gary L. Cutler (cutlergl@gmail.com).

    mailto:cutlergl@gmail.com
  • This manual documents GNU COBOL 2.1, 23NOV2013 build.

    GNU-COBOL Copyright 2002-2007 Keisuke Nishida

    Copyright 2007-2012 Roger While

    Copyright 2013-2013 Ron Norman (RWCS for GNU COBOL)

    Document Copyright 2009-2014 Gary L. Cutler

    Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document underthe terms of the GNU Free Documentation License [FDL], Version 1.3 or anylater version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no InvariantSections, no Front-Cover Texts, and no Back-Cover Texts. A copy of the licenseis included in the section entitled GNU Free Documentation License.

  • GNU COBOL 2.1 [23NOV2013] Sample Programs i

    Table of Contents

    1. FileStat-Msgs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

    2. COBDUMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

    3. Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

    4. DAY-FROM-DATE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

    5. GCic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

    6. STREAMIO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151

    7. GNU Free Documentation License . . . . . . . . . . 169

    4 May 2014 Contents

  • GNU COBOL 2.1 [23NOV2013] Sample Programs 1

    1. FileStat-Msgs

    The FileStat-Msgs.cpy copybook contains an EVALUATE statement to translate the two-digit file status codes that may be generated by file I/O statements.

    The copybook assumes that the file status data item name is "STATUS" and the errormessage data item is named "MSG". By using the COPY statements REPLACING clause,however, you may use the data names you wish, as follows:

    COPY FileStat-Msgs

    REPLACING STATUS BY file-status-data-item-name

    MSG BY error-message-data-item-name

    Heres the FileStat-Msgs.cpy copybook:

    EVALUATE STATUS

    WHEN 00 MOVE SUCCESS TO MSG

    WHEN 02 MOVE SUCCESS DUPLICATE TO MSG

    WHEN 04 MOVE SUCCESS INCOMPLETE TO MSG

    WHEN 05 MOVE SUCCESS OPTIONAL TO MSG

    WHEN 07 MOVE SUCCESS NO UNIT TO MSG

    WHEN 10 MOVE END OF FILE TO MSG

    WHEN 14 MOVE OUT OF KEY RANGE TO MSG

    WHEN 21 MOVE KEY INVALID TO MSG

    WHEN 22 MOVE KEY EXISTS TO MSG

    WHEN 23 MOVE KEY NOT EXISTS TO MSG

    WHEN 30 MOVE PERMANENT ERROR TO MSG

    WHEN 31 MOVE INCONSISTENT FILENAME TO MSG

    WHEN 34 MOVE BOUNDARY VIOLATION TO MSG

    WHEN 35 MOVE FILE NOT FOUND TO MSG

    WHEN 37 MOVE PERMISSION DENIED TO MSG

    WHEN 38 MOVE CLOSED WITH LOCK TO MSG

    WHEN 39 MOVE CONFLICT ATTRIBUTE TO MSG

    WHEN 41 MOVE ALREADY OPEN TO MSG

    WHEN 42 MOVE NOT OPEN TO MSG

    WHEN 43 MOVE READ NOT DONE TO MSG

    WHEN 44 MOVE RECORD OVERFLOW TO MSG

    WHEN 46 MOVE READ ERROR TO MSG

    WHEN 47 MOVE INPUT DENIED TO MSG

    WHEN 48 MOVE OUTPUT DENIED TO MSG

    WHEN 49 MOVE I/O DENIED TO MSG

    WHEN 51 MOVE RECORD LOCKED TO MSG

    WHEN 52 MOVE END-OF-PAGE TO MSG

    WHEN 57 MOVE I/O LINAGE TO MSG

    WHEN 61 MOVE FILE SHARING FAILURE TO MSG

    WHEN 91 MOVE FILE NOT AVAILABLE TO MSG

    END-EVALUATE.

    4 May 2014 Chapter 1 - FileStat-Msgs

  • GNU COBOL 2.1 [23NOV2013] Sample Programs 3

    2. COBDUMP

    COBDUMP is a useful little utility subroutine to produce a formatted hexadecimal andcharacter dump of the data area passed to it.

    If you follow the GNU COBOL forums, youve undoubtedly heard about theCBL OC DUMP subroutine that was the winning entry in a GNU COBOL programmingcontest. Its a great tool for producing data dumps, and its now included in the officialGNU COBOL distributions.

    For now though, Ill keep using my good ol "COBDUMP" routine. Its been my travellingcompanion from COBOL job to COBOL job since 1971. Here it is, all tuned up for GNUCOBOL, with new tires and a fresh coat of paint.

    In addition to general GNU COBOL concepts, this program provides a useful demonstrationof the following:

    Coding a GNU COBOL subroutine

    Using "USAGE POINTER" data items

    Using the "ANY LENGTH" data item attribute

    Coding for an "OPTIONAL" subprogram argument

    Using the "NUMBER-OF-CALL-PARAMETERS" special register

    Using the "C$PRINTABLE" built-in system subroutine

    The program source and cross-reference listing, produced using the GNU COBOL Interac-tive Compiler front-end (GCic.cbl, one of the sample programs included here), begins onthe next page.

    4 May 2014 Chapter 2 - COBDUMP

  • 4 GNU COBOL 2.1 [23NOV2013] Sample Programs

    GNU COBOL 2.1 23NOV2013 Source Listing 2014/03/27

    C:/Users/tda010/Documents/Programs/Samples/COBDUMP.cbl

    Line Statement Page: 1

    ====== =========================================================================================

    1 >>SOURCE FORMAT IS FIXED

    2 IDENTIFICATION DIVISION.

    3 PROGRAM-ID. COBDUMP.

    4 *>***************************************************************

    5 *> This is an OpenCOBOL subroutine that will generate a **

    6 *> formatted Hex/Char dump of a storage area. To use this **

    7 *> subroutine, simply CALL it as follows: **

    8 *> **

    9 *> CALL "COBDUMP" USING **

    10 *> [ ] **

    11 *> **

    12 *> If specified, the argument specifies how many **

    13 *> bytes of are to be dumped. If absent, all of **

    14 *> will be dumped (i.e. LENGTH() will **

    15 *> be assumed for ). **

    16 *> **

    17 *> >>> Note that the subroutine name MUST be specified in >> UPPERCASE The dump is generated to STDERR, so you may pipe it to a **

    21 *> file when you execute your program using "2> file". **

    22 *> **

    23 *> AUTHOR: GARY L. CUTLER **

    24 *> **

    25 *> NOTE: The author has a sentimental attachment to **

    26 *> this subroutine - its been around since 1971 **

    27 *> and its been converted to and run on 10 dif- **

    28 *> ferent operating system/compiler environments **

    29 *> **

    30 *> DATE-WRITTEN: October 14, 1971 **

    31 *> **

    32 *>***************************************************************

    33 *> DATE CHANGE DESCRIPTION **

    34 *> ====== ==================================================== **

    35 *> GC1071 Initial coding - Univac Dept. of Defense COBOL 68 **

    36 *> GC0577 Converted to Univac ASCII COBOL (ACOB) - COBOL 74 **

    37 *> GC1182 Converted to Univac UTS4000 COBOL - COBOL 74 w/ **

    38 *> SCREEN SECTION enhancements **

    39 *> GC0883 Converted to Honeywell/Bull COBOL - COBOL 74 **

    40 *> GC0983 Converted to IBM VS COBOL - COBOL 74 **

    41 *> GC0887 Converted to IBM VS COBOL II - COBOL 85 **

    42 *> GC1294 Converted to Micro Focus COBOL V3.0 - COBOL 85 w/ **

    43 *> extensions **

    44 *> GC0703 Converted to Unisys Universal Compiling System (UCS) **

    45 *> COBOL (UCOB) - COBOL 85 **

    46 *> GC1204 Converted to Unisys Object COBOL (OCOB) - COBOL 2002 **

    47 *> GC0609 Converted to OpenCOBOL 1.1 - COBOL 85 w/ some COBOL **

    48 *> 2002 features **

    49 *> GC0410 Enhanced to make 2nd argument (buffer length) **

    ================================================================================================

    GCic for OSX Copyright (C) 2009-2014, Gary L. Cutler, GPL Page: 1

    Chapter 2 - COBDUMP 4 May 2014

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    GNU COBOL 2.1 23NOV2013 Source Listing 2014/03/27

    C:/Users/tda010/Documents/Programs/Samples/COBDUMP.cbl

    Line Statement Page: 2

    ====== =========================================================================================

    50 *> optional **

    51 *> GC0211 Ported to IBM Enterprise COBOL **

    52 *> GC0612 Updated for OpenCOBOL 2.0 **

    53 *>***************************************************************

    54 ENVIRONMENT DIVISION.

    55 CONFIGURATION SECTION.

    56 REPOSITORY.

    57 FUNCTION ALL INTRINSIC.

    58 DATA DIVISION.

    59 WORKING-STORAGE SECTION.

    60 01 WS-Addr-PTR USAGE POINTER.

    61 01 WS-Addr-NUM REDEFINES WS-Addr-PTR

    62 USAGE BINARY-LONG.

    63

    64 01 WS-Addr-SUB USAGE BINARY-CHAR.

    65

    66 01 WS-Addr-Value-NUM USAGE BINARY-LONG.

    67

    68 01 WS-Buffer-Byte-CHR.

    69 05 WS-Buffer-Byte-NUM USAGE BINARY-CHAR.

    70

    71 01 WS-Buffer-Length-NUM USAGE BINARY-LONG.

    72

    73 01 WS-Buffer-SUB PIC 9(4) COMP-5.

    74

    75 01 WS-Hex-Digit-TXT VALUE 0123456789ABCDEF.

    76 05 WS-Hex-Digit-CHR OCCURS 16 TIMES

    77 PIC X(1).

    78

    79 01 WS-Nibble-SUB PIC 9(1) COMP-5.

    80

    81 01 WS-Nibble-Left-SUB PIC 9(1) COMP-5.

    82

    83 01 WS-Nibble-Right-SUB PIC 9(1) COMP-5.

    84

    85 01 WS-Output-Detail-TXT.

    86 05 WS-OD-Addr-TXT.

    87 10 WS-OD-Addr-Hex-CHR OCCURS 8 TIMES PIC X.

    88 05 FILLER PIC X(1).

    89 05 WS-OD-Relative-Byte-NUM PIC Z(3)9.

    90 05 FILLER PIC X(1).

    91 05 WS-OD-Hex-TXT OCCURS 16 TIMES.

    92 10 WS-OD-Hex-1-CHR PIC X.

    93 10 WS-OD-Hex-2-CHR PIC X.

    94 10 FILLER PIC X.

    95 05 WS-OD-ASCII-Data-TXT.

    96 10 WS-OD-ASCII-CHR OCCURS 16 TIMES

    97 PIC X.

    98

    ================================================================================================

    GCic for OSX Copyright (C) 2009-2014, Gary L. Cutler, GPL Page: 2

    4 May 2014 Chapter 2 - COBDUMP

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