Using this record level keyword, you can specify cursor location on an output operation to the record format you are defining. The program sends output after setting the cursor location.
CAT – Concatenate two variables or constants into one continuous string. BCAT – Truncates all trailing blanks in the first character string, one blank is inserted, then the two character strings are concatenated. TCAT – Truncates all trailing blanks in the first character string, the two character strings are concatenated.
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