The RM/COBOL character set is shown in Table. Inside nonnumeric literals and in comment-entries and comment lines, other characters may be used but have no grammatical meaning.
Characters are combined to form either a separator or a character-string.
Lowercase letters are allowed anywhere and are treated as uppercase letters except in nonnumeric literals and when used as the currency symbol in PICTURE character-strings. Within hexadecimal, non numeric literals, the lowercase letters a,b,c,d,e,and f are equivalent to the uppercase letters A,B,C,D,E,and F.
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