That puts a named-PARSEd field, which has a FIXLEN (presumably of four) and places 76 blanks.
The puts a named-PARSEd field, which as a FIXLEN, which we don't have to worry about, puts a blank in the 80th position, and fills all intervening positions between the PARSEd field and column 80 with blanks.
The latter is more maintainable. Which we see now:
Nothing to do except add the literal.
With the code you have used, you have to count the new characters and adjust the 76. And then change it again when you need the blank before the PARSEd field.