RM/COBOL Library Routines
The following RM/COBOL routines are available in this COBOL system.
Updates your COBOL programs to handle the year 2000 issue.
Converts a buffer containing ANSI characters to a buffer containing the corresponding OEM characters.
Converts a buffer containing OEM characters to a buffer containing the corresponding ANSI characters.
Returns information about a parameter passed in the USING or GIVING phrases of the CALL statement that called a subprogram.
Relinquishes the CPU for a length of time specified in seconds.
Returns the value of an environment variable.
Retrieves the last filename used in a COBOL I/O statement (including OPEN and CLOSE).
Retrieves the last COBOL I/O operation performed.
Retrieves information about the native character set in effect for the current run unit.
Performs a bitwise logical AND operation on two or more non-numeric or numeric operands.
Performs a bitwise logical One's Complement operation on a non-numeric or numeric operand.
Performs a bitwise logical OR operation on two or more non-numeric or numeric operands.
Performs a bitwise logical exclusive OR operation on two or more non-numeric or numeric operands.
Performs a logical shift left operation on a non-numeric or numeric operand.
Performs a logical shift right operation on a non-numeric or numeric operand.
Returns the number of parameters passed in the USING phrase of a CALL statement to the subprogram that contains the call to C$NARG.
Returns the process ID of the process that has the record locked when a lock request fails. This routine should be called immediately after a lock request has failed.
Produces a 20-byte message digest from an input text string using the secure hash algorithm (SHA-1).
Sets or clears the value of an environment variable.
Returns the expanded I/O completion status, based on an error code received at run-time.
Deletes a file.
Renames a file.
Executes an arbitrary operating system command.
Compatibility with RM/COBOL