Try this thread with a discussion of ILE/Cobol anomolies
regarding Next Sentence v.s. Continue:



P.S.  If it doesn't work, reply back privately
        and I'll cut/paste.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Silber [mailto:david.silber@hpdsoftware.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, June 19, 2002 8:47 AM
> To: 'cobol400-l@midrange.com'
> I found a posting in the archives from May 2001 that dealt
> with things to
> watch for when moving from OPM to ILE COBOL. One of the items
> dealt with
> NEXT SENTENCE. A reply claimed that in OPM COBOL, NEXT
> SENTENCE worked like
> CONTINUE (incorrect) while in ILE COBOL it skipped to the statement
> following the next period (correct). Does anyone have any
> more details? We
> have experienced some funnies with NEXT SENTENCE when END-IFs
> were added to
> our code but the funnies seemed to be when our application
> was run on Unix
> (Micro Focus COBOL), not AS/400. The archives search revealed
> no other entry
> for NEXT SENTENCE so clarification would be very useful. Thanks.
> David Silber
> email: david.silber@hpdsoftware.com
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