Object-Oriented Development in Cobol

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McGraw-Hill, 1995 - Reference - 487 pages
Object-oriented methods and the COBOL programming language have joined forces, and now COBOL professionals can benefit from object technology. This first-of-its-kind guide explains how. It covers analysis and design methods specifically for COBOL, detailing how GUI development under Windows and OS/2 is now possible because of the object-oriented extensions added to COBOL.

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How Object Technology and COBOL Fit Together
History of ObjectOriented Development
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