Object-Oriented Development in Cobol
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
ObjectOriented Concepts and Terminology
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abstractions architecture ATM system behavior Booch Booch method CallNumber chapter class libraries classes and objects client/server Coad/Yourdon COBOL program complexity concepts CORBA created cycle data structures data types database defined described development process diagrams encapsulation END METHOD example existing system EXIT PROGRAM functions GUI application hierarchy identify IEEE implementation information hiding inheritance interact INVOKE legacy systems Library problem library system maintenance messages METHOD-ID Micro Focus modules multiple inheritance NextStep notations object model object technology object wrappers Object-Oriented Design object-oriented development object-oriented programming OOA/D methods OOCOBOL OODBMS OOPLs operations organizations problem domain PROCEDURE DIVISION programming language prototype represents request reusable components reuse reverse engineering screen Shlaer/Mellor Smalltalk software development software engineering software process Software Reuse specific staff subsystems Taligent techniques testing transaction Unix USAGE OBJECT REFERENCE user interface UserlD vendors Windows WORKING-STORAGE SECTION