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9 edition of Programming In COBOL / 400 found in the catalog.

Programming In COBOL / 400

by Cooper (I), James

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Published by Wiley .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages800
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7617009M
ISBN 100471418463
ISBN 109780471418467

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Based on Programming In COBOL / 400 book best-selling, COBOL text by Robert and Nancy Stern. * Increased coverage of ILE COBOL and subfiles. - Selection from PROGRAMMING IN COBOL/ 2nd Edition [Book] Chapter 2. AN INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING IN COBOL/ CHAPTER OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this chapter, you should be able to Explain the history of the COBOL programming language.

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Normally, these instructions include accessing data. Data are unorganized raw facts. To process data in an organized way, data areas are set aside in Chapter SUBFILE PROGRAMMING CHAPTER OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this chapter, you should be able to Describe what a subfile is.

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CRTBNDCBL COMMAND AND PROCESS STATEMENT CRTBNDCBL COMMAND The CRTBNDCBL (Create Bound COBOL) command is used to compile a single ILE COBOL/ program (source member) into a program object - Selection from PROGRAMMING IN COBOL/ 2nd Edition [Book] IBM COBOL Redbook is the best to learn COBOL.

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Scores of organizations are deciding to replace these This isn’t a book per se. But it’s a a comprehensive set of COBOL tutorials making a full COBOL course as well as COBOL lecture notes, COBOL programming exercises with sample solutions, COBOL programming exam specifications with model answers, COBOL project specifications, and over 50 example COBOL :// Based on the COBOL text by Robert and Nancy Stern, this text covers all the basics students need to know to be successful in writing COBOL/ programs on an AS/ computer system.

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COBOL Character Set and Reserved Words. Appendix C. CRTBNDCBL Command and PROCESS Statement. Index. Additional chapters available from the Programming in COBOL/ web site Working in the iSeries Programming Environment.

Externally Described Printer Files. Sorting and Merging. Appendix D. Differences Between COBOL 74 and All COBOL programming examples illustrated throughout the book have been changed from program listings to compiled versions with line numbers.

All program dates now Y2K compliant. All database data fields now Y2K compliant--modified and defined as data fields (data type L) in physical ://+COBOL. Chapter RANDOM FILE ACCESS FOR KEYED FILES CHAPTER OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this chapter, you should be able to Describe the various methods of processing keyed files.

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