"Now in its 11th Edition, Nancy Stern, Robert Stern, and James Ley's COBOL for the 21st Century continues to show how to design COBOL programs that are. Now in its 11th Edition, Nancy Stern, Robert Stern, and James Ley's COBOL for the 21st Century continues to show how to design COBOL programs that are. Just like the evergreen, the COBOL programming language has remained Now in its 11th Edition, Nancy Stern, Robert Stern, and James Ley's COBOL for the.
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Please try again later. Paperback Verified download. I'm using the info in the book as needed to help me read COBOL code in an application system that is being converted into current technology.
I don't have to spend time searching the internet for specific pieces of information, it is all right in the book, just flip to the index. The content in the good is detailed, explained well, easy to read with good coding examples. I am very happy with the book. The book's condition was better than advertised, arrived safely packaged and in a timely manner. Happy customer. For instance, performing a paragraph just for a file read operation is awful.
Anyway, it rests as a very decent overall reference, but don't expect professional quality coding from this book. It's just a kick-off. If I was serious back in my early 20's I could have made a really lucrative career with just this book!
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site Music Stream millions of songs. The Program Illustrated 1. The Use of Periods 1. Our Definitions for Batch and Interactive Programs 1. Coding a Source Program 2.
Coding Rules 2. The Main Body of a Program 2. Optional Entries: Identification and Page and Serial Numbers 2. Column 7: Using Column 7 for Comments 2. Coding Rules for Areas A and B 2. Examples 2. Overall Format 2. File-Name Rules 2. Implementor-Names or Device Specifications 2.
Interactive and Batch Processing 3.
Rules 3. Guidelines 3. Use Meaningful Data-Names 3. An Overview 3. File Description Entries 3. Record Description Entries 3. Defining a Record 3.
Level Numbers 3. Types of Data Fields 3. Size of Data Fields 3. Format of PIC Clauses 3. Interactive Processing 3. Summary of Record Description Entries 3. Variable and Constant Data 3.
Types of Constants 3. Numeric Literal 3. Nonnumeric Literal 3. Figurative Constant 3. Introduction 3. Paragraphs that Serve as Modules 4. Defining Paragraphs 4. Rules for Forming Paragraph-Names 4. Statements within Paragraphs 4. The Sequence of Instructions in a Program 4. OPEN Statement 4.
ISBN 13: 9788126517923
The Instruction Format: A Review 4. A Structured Programming Technique 4. READ Statement 4. End-of-Job Processing: Programs Should Be Structured 5. Programs Should Be Modular 5. How Programs Are Designed 5. Pseudocode 5. The Four Logical Control Structures 5. Sequence 5. Selection 5. Iteration 5. Case Structure 5.
Example 1 5. Example 2 5. Code Each Clause on a Separate Line 5. Indent Clauses within a Statement 5. Syntax Errors 5. Logic Errors 5. Capturing Screen Displays in Interactive Processing 5.
Moving Integer Portions of Numeric Fields 6.
Moving Decimal Portions of Numeric Fields 6. Moving Numeric Literals to Numeric Fields 6. Moving Signed Numbers: An Introduction 6.
Basic Rules 6. Qualification of Names 6. Performing Multiple Moves with a Single Statement 6. Reference Modification: Accessing Segments of a Field 6. Features of Printed Output and Screen Displays 6. Use of Edit Symbols 6. Spacing of Forms 6. Alignment of Information 6. Printing Headings, Total Lines, and Footings 6.
The Printer Spacing Chart 6. The Editing Function 6. Printing or Displaying Decimal Points 6. Suppressing Leading Zeros 6. Printing or Displaying Dollar Signs and Commas 6.
Printing or Displaying Plus or Minus Signs 6. Editing Using Floating Strings 6. FROM Statement 6.
Advancing the Paper a Fixed Number of Lines 6. Advancing the Paper to a New Page 6. Printing Page Numbers 6. Printing or Displaying the Date of the Run 6. The Y2K Problem 6.Get fast, free shipping with site Prime. Defining a Record 3. siteGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Defining a Subscript Definition of the Problem 1.
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