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asked mar August 3, 2014 12:33 AM  

What is level 66 means?


           

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answered By Mswami   0  
Used For RENAMES clause.

RENAMES:
It is used for regrouping of elementary data items in a record. It should be declared at 66 level. It need not immediately follows the data item, which is being renamed. But all RENAMES entries associated with one logical record must immediately follow that record's last data description entry. RENAMES cannot be done for a 01, 77, 88 or another 66 entry.

Example:	
01 WS-REPSONSE.
	05 WS-CHAR143 	PIC X(03).
	05 WS-CHAR4	PIC X(04).



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