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The Programming Dilemma
Software for Application Development Without
Escape Feature 18 Existing Products 19 OnLine or OffLine?
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achieved application creation application development application packages application programs application software automated COBOL or PL/1 CODASYL complex conventional programming corporations cost create applications data administration data base data processing data-base languages data-base systems designed dialogue display documentation DP department DP development DP EXECUTIVE DP management DP professionals employ EMPLOYEE end users end-user example facilities field Figure formats fourth-generation languages functions graphics high-level High-Level Programming Languages IBM's IDMS improve Information Center information retrieval information retrieval systems installations interactive James Martin machine maintenance manipulate MAPPER ment methods minicomputer modify NOMAD nonprocedural on-line operations organization panel problems procedural productivity programming language prototype QUERY-BY-EXAMPLE quickly records requirements RETURN COMPUTER screen senior management sometimes specifications staff structured programming systems analysts techniques terminal TIN BENDING types typical Univac's update user-driven computing vendor viewdata