A simplified guide to structured COBOL programming

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Wiley, 1976 - Computers - 389 pages
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This is for the person who wants to learn what COBOL is, what programming is, and how to use COBOL in typical business data processing applications. Assumes no previous background in programming. Hands-on programming begins in Chapter 1--each chapter is based on one or more example programs applicable to real-life business settings. Treatment is based on the concepts of structured programming--only a few logical control structures are used throughout the book. Emphasizes a clear program style for ease of reading and debugging. All programs have been tested and run, and computer output is displayed in each case.

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Contents

ONE GETTING STARTED PROGRAMMING IN COBOL
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THREE DATA DIVISION ELEMENTS AND THE ARITHMETIC
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FOUR PROGRAM DESIGN PART I AND
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