The COBOL Programmer's Design Book

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Wiley, Jul 21, 1986 - Computers - 288 pages
Directed at the business programmer, this book treats programming as a design rather than a coding exercise. It describes methods that can be used to construct simple, maintainable, reliable programs for the most common types of business applications. Contains detailed examples of modern business program problems. All programs are coded in the new American National Cobol Standard.

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Elemental Control Structures
Module Construction
A Design Language

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