The COBOL-400 list is great for this. :) 

I am not terribly sure exactly what you are asking. You are welcome to send me an e-mail offline and I'll help you work through it. 

Most modern (i.e. 1980s forward) COBOL programs tend to avoid GOTO or GO TO and use a PERFORM UNTIL syntax. But there is nothing fundamentally wrong with the GOTO logic, and it should compile cleanly. 


On Aug 01, 2014, at 12:49 PM, Gary Thompson <gthompson@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Very weak in COBOL.

Working on an old COBOL program, trying to get a clean compile and
maybe make the code more readable.

What alternative do I have to GOTO ?

Don't see anything like "RPG LEAVE/LEAVESR" in my ILE COBOL manual ?

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