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INSPECT: OS/VS vs. IBM Enterprise COBOL for z/OS and OS/390 3.2.0

All righty... as mentioned the other day I coded:

01  CHAR-1      PIC X.    
01  CHAR-80 PIC X(80).    

....
PROCEDURE DIVISION.               
                                              
    PERFORM INSPECT-1.                        
    PERFORM INSPECT-80.                       
    GOBACK.                                   
INSPECT-1.                                    
    INSPECT CHAR-1 REPLACING ALL 'a' BY 'A'.  
INSPECT-80.                                   
    INSPECT CHAR-80 REPLACING ALL 'a' BY 'A' 
                             ALL 'b' BY 'B'  
                             ALL 'c' BY 'C'  
                             ALL 'd' BY 'D'  
                             ALL 'e' BY 'E'  
                             ALL 'f' BY 'F'  
                             ALL 'g' BY 'G'  
                             ALL 'h' BY 'H'  
                             ALL 'i' BY 'I'  
                             ALL 'j' BY 'J'  
                             ALL 'k' BY 'K'  
                             ALL 'l' BY 'L'  
                             ALL 'm' BY 'M'  
                             ALL 'n' BY 'N'. 

.... and compiled.  For the first INSPECT OS/VS COBOL gave:

LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
ST    0,230(0,13)           PRM=1                  
LA    0,008(0,6)            DNM=1-139              
ST    0,234(0,13)           PRM=2                  
MVI   230(13),X'00'         PRM=1                  
XC    24C(8,13),24C(13)     PRM=8           PRM=8  
LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
ST    0,244(0,13)           PRM=6                  
LA    0,028(0,12)           LIT+0                  
ST    0,248(0,13)           PRM=7                  
LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
ST    0,23C(0,13)           PRM=4                  
LA    0,029(0,12)           LIT+1                  
ST    0,240(0,13)           PRM=5                  
MVC   238(4,13),02A(12)     PRM=3           LIT+2  
MVI   250(13),X'80'         PRM=9                  
LA    1,230(0,13)           PRM=1                  
L     15,010(0,12)          V(ILBOINS0)            
BALR  14,15                         
L     1,220(0,13)           VN=01   
BCR   15,1                          

.... and for the second...

LA    0,001(0,0)                                  
ST    0,230(0,13)           PRM=1                 
LA    0,008(0,6)            DNM=1-139             
ST    0,234(0,13)           PRM=2                 
MVI   230(13),X'00'         PRM=1                 
XC    24C(8,13),24C(13)     PRM=8           PRM=8 
LA    0,001(0,0)                                  
ST    0,244(0,13)           PRM=6                 
LA    0,028(0,12)           LIT+0                 
ST    0,248(0,13)           PRM=7                 
LA    0,001(0,0)                                  
ST    0,23C(0,13)           PRM=4                 
LA    0,029(0,12)           LIT+1                 
ST    0,240(0,13)           PRM=5                 
MVC   238(4,13),02A(12)     PRM=3           LIT+2 
XC    268(8,13),268(13)     PRM=15          PRM=15 
LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
ST    0,260(0,13)           PRM=13                 
LA    0,02E(0,12)           LIT+6                  
ST    0,264(0,13)           PRM=14                 
LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
ST    0,258(0,13)           PRM=11                 
LA    0,02F(0,12)           LIT+7                  
ST    0,25C(0,13)           PRM=12                 
MVC   254(4,13),02A(12)     PRM=10          LIT+2  
XC    284(8,13),284(13)     PRM=22          PRM=22 
LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
ST    0,27C(0,13)           PRM=20                 
LA    0,030(0,12)           LIT+8                  
ST    0,280(0,13)           PRM=21                 
LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
ST    0,274(0,13)           PRM=18                 
LA    0,031(0,12)           LIT+9                  
ST    0,278(0,13)           PRM=19                 
MVC   270(4,13),02A(12)     PRM=17          LIT+2  
XC    2A0(8,13),2A0(13)     PRM=29          PRM=29 
LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
ST    0,298(0,13)           PRM=27                 
LA    0,032(0,12)           LIT+10                 
ST    0,29C(0,13)           PRM=28                 
LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
ST    0,290(0,13)           PRM=25                 
LA    0,033(0,12)           LIT+11                 
ST    0,294(0,13)           PRM=26                 
MVC   28C(4,13),02A(12)     PRM=24          LIT+2  
XC    2BC(8,13),2BC(13)     PRM=36          PRM=36 
LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
ST    0,2B4(0,13)           PRM=34                 
LA    0,034(0,12)           LIT+12                 
ST    0,2B8(0,13)           PRM=35                 
LA    0,001(0,0)                                   

.... and this kept on going for another five screensful; if someone wants 
the whole thing then ask me by email.  IBM Enterprise COBOL for z/OS and 
OS/390 3.2.0 yielded, for the first and second, respectively:

TR    8(1,2),292(10)          CHAR-1 

.... and ...

TR    16(80,2),36(10)         CHAR-80 

DD

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docdwarf@panix.com wrote:

>
>All righty... as mentioned the other day I coded:
>
>01  CHAR-1      PIC X.    
>01  CHAR-80 PIC X(80).    
>
>...
>PROCEDURE DIVISION.               
>                                              
>    PERFORM INSPECT-1.                        
>    PERFORM INSPECT-80.                       
>    GOBACK.                                   
>INSPECT-1.                                    
>    INSPECT CHAR-1 REPLACING ALL 'a' BY 'A'.  
>INSPECT-80.                                   
>    INSPECT CHAR-80 REPLACING ALL 'a' BY 'A' 
>                             ALL 'b' BY 'B'  
>                             ALL 'c' BY 'C'  
>                             ALL 'd' BY 'D'  
>                             ALL 'e' BY 'E'  
>                             ALL 'f' BY 'F'  
>                             ALL 'g' BY 'G'  
>                             ALL 'h' BY 'H'  
>                             ALL 'i' BY 'I'  
>                             ALL 'j' BY 'J'  
>                             ALL 'k' BY 'K'  
>                             ALL 'l' BY 'L'  
>                             ALL 'm' BY 'M'  
>                             ALL 'n' BY 'N'. 
>
>... and compiled.  For the first INSPECT OS/VS COBOL gave:
>
>LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
>ST    0,230(0,13)           PRM=1                  
>LA    0,008(0,6)            DNM=1-139              
>ST    0,234(0,13)           PRM=2                  
>MVI   230(13),X'00'         PRM=1                  
>XC    24C(8,13),24C(13)     PRM=8           PRM=8  
>LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
>ST    0,244(0,13)           PRM=6                  
>LA    0,028(0,12)           LIT+0                  
>ST    0,248(0,13)           PRM=7                  
>LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
>ST    0,23C(0,13)           PRM=4                  
>LA    0,029(0,12)           LIT+1                  
>ST    0,240(0,13)           PRM=5                  
>MVC   238(4,13),02A(12)     PRM=3           LIT+2  
>MVI   250(13),X'80'         PRM=9                  
>LA    1,230(0,13)           PRM=1                  
>L     15,010(0,12)          V(ILBOINS0)            
>BALR  14,15                         
>L     1,220(0,13)           VN=01   
>BCR   15,1                          
>
>... and for the second...
>
>LA    0,001(0,0)                                  
>ST    0,230(0,13)           PRM=1                 
>LA    0,008(0,6)            DNM=1-139             
>ST    0,234(0,13)           PRM=2                 
>MVI   230(13),X'00'         PRM=1                 
>XC    24C(8,13),24C(13)     PRM=8           PRM=8 
>LA    0,001(0,0)                                  
>ST    0,244(0,13)           PRM=6                 
>LA    0,028(0,12)           LIT+0                 
>ST    0,248(0,13)           PRM=7                 
>LA    0,001(0,0)                                  
>ST    0,23C(0,13)           PRM=4                 
>LA    0,029(0,12)           LIT+1                 
>ST    0,240(0,13)           PRM=5                 
>MVC   238(4,13),02A(12)     PRM=3           LIT+2 
>XC    268(8,13),268(13)     PRM=15          PRM=15 
>LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
>ST    0,260(0,13)           PRM=13                 
>LA    0,02E(0,12)           LIT+6                  
>ST    0,264(0,13)           PRM=14                 
>LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
>ST    0,258(0,13)           PRM=11                 
>LA    0,02F(0,12)           LIT+7                  
>ST    0,25C(0,13)           PRM=12                 
>MVC   254(4,13),02A(12)     PRM=10          LIT+2  
>XC    284(8,13),284(13)     PRM=22          PRM=22 
>LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
>ST    0,27C(0,13)           PRM=20                 
>LA    0,030(0,12)           LIT+8                  
>ST    0,280(0,13)           PRM=21                 
>LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
>ST    0,274(0,13)           PRM=18                 
>LA    0,031(0,12)           LIT+9                  
>ST    0,278(0,13)           PRM=19                 
>MVC   270(4,13),02A(12)     PRM=17          LIT+2  
>XC    2A0(8,13),2A0(13)     PRM=29          PRM=29 
>LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
>ST    0,298(0,13)           PRM=27                 
>LA    0,032(0,12)           LIT+10                 
>ST    0,29C(0,13)           PRM=28                 
>LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
>ST    0,290(0,13)           PRM=25                 
>LA    0,033(0,12)           LIT+11                 
>ST    0,294(0,13)           PRM=26                 
>MVC   28C(4,13),02A(12)     PRM=24          LIT+2  
>XC    2BC(8,13),2BC(13)     PRM=36          PRM=36 
>LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
>ST    0,2B4(0,13)           PRM=34                 
>LA    0,034(0,12)           LIT+12                 
>ST    0,2B8(0,13)           PRM=35                 
>LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
>
>... and this kept on going for another five screensful; if someone wants 
>the whole thing then ask me by email.  IBM Enterprise COBOL for z/OS and 
>OS/390 3.2.0 yielded, for the first and second, respectively:
>
>TR    8(1,2),292(10)          CHAR-1 
>
>... and ...
>
>TR    16(80,2),36(10)         CHAR-80 
>
>DD
>

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5/17/2004 3:29:19 PM
In article <40a8d96b.553618373@news.optonline.net>,
Robert Wagner <robert.deletethis@wagner.net> wrote:
>Try SEARCH on an array of bytes looking for equal to a single value. See whether
>it generates a TRT, a loop or a call.

01  A-TABLE                  PIC X(16000) VALUE SPACES.  
01  FILLER REDEFINES A-TABLE.                            
    03  A-TBL         OCCURS 16000  INDEXED BY A-INDX.   
        05  A-CODE            PIC X(1).                  
01  CHAR-1      PIC X.

....

SEARCH A-TBL                    
  AT END                        
      DISPLAY ' AT END'         
  WHEN A-CODE (A-INDX) = CHAR-1 
      DISPLAY ' GOT IT'.        

....

Search:

BC    15,332(0,11)            GN=14(0003D4) 
EQU   *                                     
L     2,364(0,9)              A-INDX        
AH    2,30(0,10)              PGMLIT AT +18 
ST    2,364(0,9)              A-INDX        
EQU   *                                     
L     2,20(0,10)              PGMLIT AT +8  
C     2,364(0,9)              A-INDX        
BC    11,362(0,11)            GN=8(0003F2)  

Display:

L     2,92(0,9)               TGTFIXD+92      
L     15,44(0,2)              V(IGZCDSP )     
LA    1,193(0,10)             PGMLIT AT +181  
BALR  14,15                                   
BC    15,398(0,11)            GN=2(000416)    

When:

L     2,364(0,9)              A-INDX                                   
A     2,300(0,9)              BLW=0                                    
L     3,300(0,9)              BLW=0                                    
CLC   96(1,2),8(3)            A-CODE()                          CHAR-1 
BC    7,320(0,11)             GN=15(0003C8)                            

Display:

L     2,92(0,9)               TGTFIXD+92    
L     15,44(0,2)              V(IGZCDSP )   
LA    1,181(0,10)             PGMLIT AT +169
BALR  14,15                                 

DD

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docdwarf (6044)
5/17/2004 3:55:25 PM
docdwarf@panix.com wrote:

> All righty... as mentioned the other day I coded:
> 
> 01  CHAR-1      PIC X.    
> 01  CHAR-80 PIC X(80).    
> 
> ...
> PROCEDURE DIVISION.               
>                                               
>     PERFORM INSPECT-1.                        
>     PERFORM INSPECT-80.                       
>     GOBACK.                                   
> INSPECT-1.                                    
>     INSPECT CHAR-1 REPLACING ALL 'a' BY 'A'.  
> INSPECT-80.                                   
>     INSPECT CHAR-80 REPLACING ALL 'a' BY 'A' 
>                              ALL 'b' BY 'B'  
>                              ALL 'c' BY 'C'  
>                              ALL 'd' BY 'D'  
>                              ALL 'e' BY 'E'  
>                              ALL 'f' BY 'F'  
>                              ALL 'g' BY 'G'  
>                              ALL 'h' BY 'H'  
>                              ALL 'i' BY 'I'  
>                              ALL 'j' BY 'J'  
>                              ALL 'k' BY 'K'  
>                              ALL 'l' BY 'L'  
>                              ALL 'm' BY 'M'  
>                              ALL 'n' BY 'N'. 
> 
> ... and compiled.  For the first INSPECT OS/VS COBOL gave:
> 
> LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
> ST    0,230(0,13)           PRM=1                  
> LA    0,008(0,6)            DNM=1-139              
> ST    0,234(0,13)           PRM=2                  
> MVI   230(13),X'00'         PRM=1                  
> XC    24C(8,13),24C(13)     PRM=8           PRM=8  
> LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
> ST    0,244(0,13)           PRM=6                  
> LA    0,028(0,12)           LIT+0                  
> ST    0,248(0,13)           PRM=7                  
> LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
> ST    0,23C(0,13)           PRM=4                  
> LA    0,029(0,12)           LIT+1                  
> ST    0,240(0,13)           PRM=5                  
> MVC   238(4,13),02A(12)     PRM=3           LIT+2  
> MVI   250(13),X'80'         PRM=9                  
> LA    1,230(0,13)           PRM=1                  
> L     15,010(0,12)          V(ILBOINS0)            
> BALR  14,15                         
> L     1,220(0,13)           VN=01   
> BCR   15,1                          
> 
> ... and for the second...
> 
> LA    0,001(0,0)                                  
> ST    0,230(0,13)           PRM=1                 
> LA    0,008(0,6)            DNM=1-139             
> ST    0,234(0,13)           PRM=2                 
> MVI   230(13),X'00'         PRM=1                 
> XC    24C(8,13),24C(13)     PRM=8           PRM=8 
> LA    0,001(0,0)                                  
> ST    0,244(0,13)           PRM=6                 
> LA    0,028(0,12)           LIT+0                 
> ST    0,248(0,13)           PRM=7                 
> LA    0,001(0,0)                                  
> ST    0,23C(0,13)           PRM=4                 
> LA    0,029(0,12)           LIT+1                 
> ST    0,240(0,13)           PRM=5                 
> MVC   238(4,13),02A(12)     PRM=3           LIT+2 
> XC    268(8,13),268(13)     PRM=15          PRM=15 
> LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
> ST    0,260(0,13)           PRM=13                 
> LA    0,02E(0,12)           LIT+6                  
> ST    0,264(0,13)           PRM=14                 
> LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
> ST    0,258(0,13)           PRM=11                 
> LA    0,02F(0,12)           LIT+7                  
> ST    0,25C(0,13)           PRM=12                 
> MVC   254(4,13),02A(12)     PRM=10          LIT+2  
> XC    284(8,13),284(13)     PRM=22          PRM=22 
> LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
> ST    0,27C(0,13)           PRM=20                 
> LA    0,030(0,12)           LIT+8                  
> ST    0,280(0,13)           PRM=21                 
> LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
> ST    0,274(0,13)           PRM=18                 
> LA    0,031(0,12)           LIT+9                  
> ST    0,278(0,13)           PRM=19                 
> MVC   270(4,13),02A(12)     PRM=17          LIT+2  
> XC    2A0(8,13),2A0(13)     PRM=29          PRM=29 
> LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
> ST    0,298(0,13)           PRM=27                 
> LA    0,032(0,12)           LIT+10                 
> ST    0,29C(0,13)           PRM=28                 
> LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
> ST    0,290(0,13)           PRM=25                 
> LA    0,033(0,12)           LIT+11                 
> ST    0,294(0,13)           PRM=26                 
> MVC   28C(4,13),02A(12)     PRM=24          LIT+2  
> XC    2BC(8,13),2BC(13)     PRM=36          PRM=36 
> LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
> ST    0,2B4(0,13)           PRM=34                 
> LA    0,034(0,12)           LIT+12                 
> ST    0,2B8(0,13)           PRM=35                 
> LA    0,001(0,0)                                   
> 
> ... and this kept on going for another five screensful; if someone wants 
> the whole thing then ask me by email.  IBM Enterprise COBOL for z/OS and 
> OS/390 3.2.0 yielded, for the first and second, respectively:
> 
> TR    8(1,2),292(10)          CHAR-1 
> 
> ... and ...
> 
> TR    16(80,2),36(10)         CHAR-80 
> 
> DD
> 

Hi DD,

Does TR stand for Transfer and Return?
If so, it's the same as the Univac I RU!

Warren Simmons
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wsimmons5 (172)
5/17/2004 7:08:32 PM
docdwarf@panix.com wrote:

>In article <40a8d96b.553618373@news.optonline.net>,
>Robert Wagner <robert.deletethis@wagner.net> wrote:
>>Try SEARCH on an array of bytes looking for equal to a single value. See
whether

>Search:
> [loop code snipped]

Thanks. It's not 'optimized' like INSPECT.

Twenty years ago, Realia produced the PC equivalent of TRT. 
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5/17/2004 8:32:57 PM
In article <40A90DB5.3020001@optonline.net>,
Warren Simmons  <wsimmons5@optonline.net> wrote:
>docdwarf@panix.com wrote:

[snip]

>> IBM Enterprise COBOL for z/OS and 
>> OS/390 3.2.0 yielded, for the first and second, respectively:
>> 
>> TR    8(1,2),292(10)          CHAR-1 
>> 
>> ... and ...
>> 
>> TR    16(80,2),36(10)         CHAR-80 
>> 
>
>Hi DD,
>
>Does TR stand for Transfer and Return?

One moment, Mr Simmons... ahhhhhh, here it is, right where it is always 
handy... according to the System/370 Reference Summary, GX20-1850-6, File 
No. S370/4300-1, Seventh Edition (July 1986), Page 8...

.... mnemonic TR has operands D1(L,B1),D2(B2) (all numerics are 
subscripted), the name Translate, format SS and Op Code DC and nothing 
classy or noteworthy.

DD
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docdwarf (6044)
5/17/2004 10:15:12 PM
docdwarf@panix.com wrote:
> ... and this kept on going for another five screensful; if someone wants 
> the whole thing then ask me by email.  IBM Enterprise COBOL for z/OS and 
> OS/390 3.2.0 yielded, for the first and second, respectively:
> 
> TR    8(1,2),292(10)          CHAR-1 
> 
> ... and ...
> 
> TR    16(80,2),36(10)         CHAR-80 

and this was the difference between COBOL 74 and COBOL 85?


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lxi0007 (1830)
5/18/2004 12:53:50 AM
In article <10ainhag2a0b0e7@corp.supernews.com>,
LX-i  <lxi0007@netscape.net> wrote:
>docdwarf@panix.com wrote:
>> ... and this kept on going for another five screensful; if someone wants 
>> the whole thing then ask me by email.  IBM Enterprise COBOL for z/OS and 
>> OS/390 3.2.0 yielded, for the first and second, respectively:
>> 
>> TR    8(1,2),292(10)          CHAR-1 
>> 
>> ... and ...
>> 
>> TR    16(80,2),36(10)         CHAR-80 
>
>and this was the difference between COBOL 74 and COBOL 85?

It is unclear what you are referring to.  This posting originally
contained extracts of four listings, both labelled by compiler; what you
have included above is labelled as coming from IBM Enterprise COBOL etc.
compiles.

DD

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5/18/2004 1:01:39 AM
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