Source-Computer Paragraph

The SOURCE-COMPUTER paragraph identifies the computer on which the source program is compiled.

General Format

SOURCE-COMPUTER. computer-name

Syntax Rule

computer-name is a user-defined word, or multiple words separated by spaces, that names the source computer.

General Rules

  1. computer-name is for documentation purposes only.
  2. If the WITH DEBUGGING MODE clause is used, conditional debugging lines in the source program will be treated as standard source lines, not comment lines. This can also be accomplished by compiling with the -Sd compiler option.