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Legacy control flow

Legacy control flow: Migrating COBOL Apps
Legacy control flow: Migrating COBOL Apps

While COBOL can be written in well-structured code using sections and procedure calls, it also allows for open jaw coding. Open jaw coding occurs when a call to a procedure isn't followed by a return from that procedure, but instead a GO TO is used to divert the control flow. In addition, global switches may be used to control flow. In this video, learn about some of the challenges in tracking control flows in unstructured code.

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Developer Programming Languages COBOL

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