Note: This topic applies to UNIX environments (remote development) only.

Enables you to enter a COBOL statement to be executed immediately when debugging intermediate (.int) code. This command enables you to insert a statement in the sequence of execution but does not add it to your program code. To add it, you must key it in using a text editor then recompile your source code file. Alternatively, you can specify that it is done at a breakpoint, in which case it is saved in a file.

The COBOL statement cannot exceed 71 characters.

Entering an invalid COBOL statement gives an error message.

Note: Although most COBOL statements are supported by the Do command, Character Animator does not support some complex statements. An appropriate error message is issued in these cases.