# Example: processing tables using intrinsic functions

These examples show how you can apply an intrinsic function to some or all of the elements in a table by using the `ALL` subscript.

Assuming that `Table-Two` is a 2 x 3 x 2 array, the following statement adds the values in elements `Table-Two(1,3,1)`, `Table-Two(1,3,2)`, `Table-Two(2,3,1)`, and `Table-Two(2,3,2)`:

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Compute Table-Sum = FUNCTION SUM (Table-Two(ALL, 3, ALL))
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The following example computes various salary values for all the employees whose salaries are encoded in `Employee-Table`:

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01  Employee-Table.
05 Emp-Count      Pic s9(4) usage binary.
05 Emp-Record     Occurs 1 to 500 times
depending on Emp-Count.
10 Emp-Name    Pic x(20).
10 Emp-Idme    Pic 9(9).
10 Emp-Salary  Pic 9(7)v99.
. . .
Procedure Division.
Compute Max-Salary    = Function Max(Emp-Salary(ALL))
Compute I             = Function Ord-Max(Emp-Salary(ALL))
Compute Avg-Salary    = Function Mean(Emp-Salary(ALL))
Compute Salary-Range  = Function Range(Emp-Salary(ALL))
Compute Total-Payroll = Function Sum(Emp-Salary(ALL))
``````