1.Syntax//[name] PEND [comments]
The PEND statement consists of the characters // in columns 1 and 2 and three fields: name, operation (PEND), and comments. Do not continue a PEND statement.
A name is optional on the PEND statement. If used, code it as follows:
The operation field consists of the characters PEND and must be preceded and followed by at least one blank. It can begin in any column.
The comments field follows PEND after at least one intervening blank.
5.Location in the JCL
A PEND statement follows the statements of an in-stream procedure, and may follow the statements of a cataloged procedure.
6.Examples of the PEND Statement
Example//PROCEND1 PEND THIS STATEMENT IS REQUIRED FOR IN-STREAM PROCEDURES
This PEND statement contains a comment.
This PEND statement contains only // and the operation field with the necessary blanks.
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