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perform

[pər′fȯrm]
(computer science)
A subroutine in the COBOL programming language that allows a portion of a program to be executed on command by other portions of the same program.

PERFORM

(programming)
A COBOL statement used for executing "paragraphs".

References in classic literature ?
He was in suspense all through the introduction, for not until the pace quickens does one know what the performer intends.
She could have made a fortune and a name as a public performer.
And this ruthless young fellow, seizing hold of Dobbin's hand, acted over the scene, to the horror of the original performer, and in spite of Dobbin's good-natured entreaties to him to have mercy.
The little man shook his head, and scratched it ruefully as he contemplated this severe indisposition of a principal performer.
By using the platform, fans can begin campaigns to bring their favourite performers to their area and artists can trial the popularity of an event prior to any commitment to perform.
The parade comprises of over 700 performers from across the world and will see a mix of carnival performers, clowns, and cultural performances.
The Free Speech Coalition, the adult industry's trade association, announced on Friday that one of its performers had contracted the virus after being tested at one of its dedicated screening centres.
com)-- BroadwayDemo, the NYC-based vocal demo recording service and online showcase for musical theatre performers, launched a new website that makes membership available to any performer wishing to join, regardless of their location.
22, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Juggling Inferno, a company that offers top-notch fire performers and shows at a variety of events across the UK as well as internationally, is now under new management.
Native performers in wild west shows; from Buffalo Bill to Euro Disney.
Travel Business Review-October 22, 2012--DH -Consultation on national performers list for GPs, dentists and ophthalmic practitioners(C)2012] ENPublishing - http://www.
Based on the research results three performance-clusters have been identified: poor performers, weak performers and strong performers.