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Multiple identification divisions in a single cobol program.

Multiple identification divisions in a single cobol program.

Multiple identification divisions in a single cobol program.

(OP)
HI,

I have a program to analyse where there are multiple identification divisions (3) in a single program.
the variables for all 3 identification divisions are declared in the single working storage division before the first procedure division with the global characteristics.
However, when I try to work out in debug more, I cant see the values of those variables. and I cant go do a breakpoint to the perform statement in the other identification divisions. I can only to step in and see what happens there.

WHAT I NEED TO DO SO THAT I GET TO DISPLAY THE VARIABLES IN THE OTHER IDENTIFICATION DIVISIONS ALSO.

I use cobol85, on NONSTOP (TANDEM) platform with INSPECT /DEBUG debugger.

Thanks in advance.

RE: Multiple identification divisions in a single cobol program.

" INSPECT /DEBUG debugger"
Suggest you talk with the support people for this. They should know how to do what you want to do - if it is an option.

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