I've never known it not to work - what are you trying to do and in what context? Batch? Interactive? Accept text input? etc. etc.


Jon Paris

On Mar 3, 2021, at 10:14 AM, Vlad Kopik <asibmile@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

when i use the accept statement in cobol, it just ignores the statement.
anything i need to do?
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