Teach yourself Cobol in 21 days

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SAMS Pub., Jan 1, 1994 - Computers - 1114 pages
Q: Who programs with COBOL? A: Numerous corporations and nearly every beginning and student programmer -- and this is the ideal tutorial to get them started. Following the very popular 21-day lesson plan, this book shows the beginner how to implement the strengths of the COBOL language for genuine programming results.
-- Each chapter features review questions and exercises -- great for self-teaching and concept reinforcement
-- Includes shaded syntax boxes, handy references, and real-world examples of everyday programming code
-- Line-by-line programming analyses help readers understand exactly what's going on -- and when

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A What Is COBOL?
Using the Source Code Diskette

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Budlong has been a programmer & hardware engineer for more than 20 years.

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