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Re:Re: COBOL question

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Jun 8, 2009
Kay, I think you can still compile with the assembler code option. That should give you the required addresses.
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Can anyone point me to a tutorial or documentation on how to find the location of a working-storage field in the load module of a COBOL program?
(As opposed to finding it in a dump.) I do have a compile listing available.

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Re: COBOL question
"Actually, I want to be able to zap a literal in working storage. But the s=
ame literal appears more than once in the load module, so I need to make su=
re that I get the right one. I am thinking that the only solution may be t=
o change the code to make the original literals unique, then ""eyeball"" the =
load module to find the location of the literal.
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