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On 2012-05-01, at 2:38 PM, Stone, Joel wrote:

Does COBOL/400 or COBOL /ILE support user-defined functions in any fashion (like RPG and all other modern languages)?



For example,



Move DayOfWeek(Date-input) to print-line



Where DayOfWeek is a user-defined function returning "Monday" or "Tuesday" or etc.



If not, any idea why not?



Thanks!


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