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Computers in society

Nancy B. Stern, Robert A. Stern - Computers - 1983 - 518 pages
Traces the history of computers, explains how computers and computer programs work, and discusses the use of computers in education, business, industry, medicine, art, and science
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Structured Cobol Programming, 8Th Ed

Stern - 2009 - 800 pages
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Structured COBOL Programming, Getting Started with Fujitsu COBOL

Calvin Priester, Robert A. Stern, Nancy Stern - Computers - 2000 - 118 pages
* Teaches students to design programs so that they are easy to read, debug, modify, and maintain. * Provides students with the ability to write well designed elementary ...
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Getting started with structured BASIC

Nancy Stern, Robert A. Stern - Business & Economics - 1993 - 128 pages
Provides detailed coverage of QBASIC and BASICA--the two most popular versions of BASIC. Concentrates on structural programming techniques which ensure that students learn how ...
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Programming in Cobol/400

James Cooper, Nancy B. Stern, Robert A. Stern - Computers - 1997 - 800 pages
For companies moving their COBOL applications from older mainframes to AS/400, this book cover the specific tools from COBOL 400 that programmers need to convert and develop ...
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Computing With End-User Applications

Nancy B. Stern - Computers - 1990 - 704 pages
A contemporary introduction to computers and computing, it emphasizes business end-user applications. Presents traditional computer concepts, stressing their relevance to ...
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