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aadowns2
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.Net Cobol

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What is the .net cobol equivalent to the following C# code?  I just need to know the equivalent to the ++ operator and how I would write score++ in .net cobol.

  int score = 1;

if (Regex.Match(password, @"/.[!,@,#,$,%,^,&,*,?,_,~,-,£,(,)]/", RegexOptions.ECMAScript))

  score++;

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Austin1 Honored Contributor.
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RE: .Net Cobol

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Unless I am missing something,

you could do this:  Add 1 to score

or this:  Compute score = score + 1

or this:  Set score = score + 1

To my knowledge, there is no built-in increment or decrements operator like there is in c or c#

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Austin1 Honored Contributor.
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RE: .Net Cobol

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Unless I am missing something,

you could do this:  Add 1 to score

or this:  Compute score = score + 1

or this:  Set score = score + 1

To my knowledge, there is no built-in increment or decrements operator like there is in c or c#

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aadowns2
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RE: .Net Cobol

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I was seriously overthinking this!

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