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A maximum of 100 chars can be passed to Cobol through Parm
in JCL, If we want to pass more than 100 Chars how we can
do it ?

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A maximum of 100 chars can be passed to Cobol through Parm in JCL, If we want to pass more than 10..

Answer / krishna ambati

using sysin dd *

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A maximum of 100 chars can be passed to Cobol through Parm in JCL, If we want to pass more than 10..

Answer / k.mahipalreddy

using comm-area

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A maximum of 100 chars can be passed to Cobol through Parm in JCL, If we want to pass more than 10..

Answer / om prakash yadav

if u want to pass more than 100 char then u will pass the
char is cobol program. in jcl not possible.

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