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... $[VALUE val$] $[LENGTH len$] $[$[DISPLAY$|MEMORY$] OFFSET off$].
Using these additions, further information about the cursor position can be read using the addition LINE of the statement GET CURSOR.
... VALUE val
The addition VALUE assigns the formatted content of the list line on which the cursor is positioned to the data object val. val expects a character-like variable.
... LENGTH len
The addition LENGTH assigns the line length of the line on which the cursor is positioned, set
using the addition LINE-SIZE of the program-initiating statement or using NEW-PAGE to the data object len. len expects a variable of the type i.
... $[DISPLAY$|MEMORY$] OFFSET off
The addition OFFSET without an addition or with the addition DISPLAY assigns the position of the cursor in the displayed line on which it is positioned to the data object off. off expects a variable of the type i.
The addition OFFSET with the addition MEMORY assigns the position of the character in the list buffer line on whose output the cursor is currently positioned to the data object off. If the cursor is on one of the characters or > for characters cut off in the display, the position of the character in the list buffer that is overwritten by the character is assigned. off expects a variable of the type i.