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What are different file OPEN modes available in COBOL?
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  Re: What are different file OPEN modes available in COBOL?
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Input, output, i-o and Extend 
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  Re: What are different file OPEN modes available in COBOL?
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input ,output,i-o,extend 
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  Re: What are different file OPEN modes available in COBOL?
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input,output,i-o,extend. 
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  Re: What are different file OPEN modes available in COBOL?
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In Sequential File Organization, File Opening Modes are
Output,I-O, input,extend.
In Indexed File Orgainsation, File Opening Modes are
Output,I-O, input
 
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