DOS/VSE Assembler Language
As one customer put it, Everything in these books has changed except the assembler language. So if you need to learn mainframe assembler language for either the MVS or VSE operating system, these books are still as useful as any other books we've seen.
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An introduction to DOSVSE
An introduction to program development in assembler language
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access methods arithmetic assembler language program assembly listing assigned BALR base register binary bits branch bytes calling module chapter character COBOL contents of register control interval core image count-key-data DAM files DASD DC DC DC debugging defined device digit DLBL statement DOS/VSE DTFSD EBCDIC end-of-file entry error example EXLST EXTENT statement floating-point flowchart fM fM fM format fullword halfword hexadecimal I/O area input inventory master ISAM file keyword KSDS label length linkage editor loaded logical unit macro definition master record modular program operand operand-1 operation code Optional Optional output area overflow area packed decimal printed printer processing program check program in figure pseudocode receiving field reorder reorder-listing program result ro ro routine second operand sequence sequential SET symbols source program stored structure structure chart structured programming subprogram subroutine test run tion topic update VSAM zero