Sams Teach Yourself COBOL in 24 Hours

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Pearson Education, Nov 28, 1998 - Computers - 496 pages

Sams Teach Yourself COBOL in 24 Hours teaches the basics of COBOL programming in 24 step-by-step lessons. Each lesson builds on the previous one providing a solid foundation in COBOL programming concepts and techniques. This hands-on guide is the easiest, fastest way to begin creating standard COBOL compliant code. Business professionals and programmers from other languages will find this hands-on, task-oriented tutorial extremely useful for learning the essential features and concepts of COBOL programming. Writing a program can be a complex task. Concentrating on one development tool guides you to good results every time. There will be no programs that will not compile!

 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
COBOL PROGRAM BASICS
5
FILE HANDLING
207
BUSINESS PROCESSING
303
MISCELLANEOUS FUNCTIONS
365
ADVANCED TOPICS
407
QUIZ EXERCISE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
1
INDEX
451
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Thane Hubbell has been a COBOL programmer for 15 years. Thane possesses a working knowledge on a variety of systems, from mainframes to minis to PCs. He has designed and developed full scale systems from the initial concept or idea to the deployed product. Through his role as a flight instructor, Thane has come to understand how people learn and think in high pressure situations — like in a programming environment . Initially a self taught programmer, with later education from IBM, Thane knows what it takes to learn a programming language on your own and how to teach one.

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