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"Now in its 11th Edition, Nancy Stern, Robert Stern, and James Ley's COBOL for the 21st Century continues to show how to design COBOL programs that are. Now in its 11th Edition, Nancy Stern, Robert Stern, and James Ley's COBOL for the 21st Century continues to show how to design COBOL programs that are. Just like the evergreen, the COBOL programming language has remained Now in its 11th Edition, Nancy Stern, Robert Stern, and James Ley's COBOL for the.
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I'm using the info in the book as needed to help me read COBOL code in an application system that is being converted into current technology. I don't have to spend time searching the internet for specific pieces of information, it is all right in the book, just flip to the index.
Qualification of Names 6. Performing Multiple Moves with a Single Statement 6. Reference Modification: Accessing Segments of a Field 6. Features of Printed Output and Screen Displays 6. Use of Edit Symbols 6. Spacing of Forms 6. Alignment of Information 6. Printing Headings, Total Lines, and Footings 6.
The Printer Spacing Chart 6. The Editing Function 6. Printing or Displaying Decimal Points 6. Suppressing Leading Zeros 6. Printing or Displaying Dollar Signs and Commas 6. Printing or Displaying Plus or Minus Signs 6. Editing Using Floating Strings 6. FROM Statement 6. Advancing the Paper a Fixed Number of Lines 6. Advancing the Paper to a New Page 6. Printing Page Numbers 6. Printing or Displaying the Date of the Run 6.
Cobol For The 21St Century, 11Th Ed
The Y2K Problem 6. Printing or Displaying Quotation Marks 6. The Arithmetic Verbs and Intrinsic Functions 7. ADD Statement 7. Basic Instruction Format 7. Examples of Arithmetic Operations 7. Determining the Size of Receiving Fields 7. Basic Format 7. Order of Evaluation 7. Rules for Performing Arithmetic with Signed Numbers 7.
Entering Signed Numbers 7. Calendar Functions 7.
Statistical and Numerical Analysis Functions 7. Trigonometric Functions 7. Financial Functions 7. Character and String Functions 7. Basic Conditional Statements 8. Interpreting Instruction Formats 8. Coding Guidelines 8. Indenting 8.
COBOL for the 21st Century
Using Relational Operators in Place of Words 8. Planning Conditional Statements with Pseudocode 8. How Comparisons Are Performed 8. Nested Conditional 8. Compound Conditional 8. OR in a Compound Conditional 8.
AND in a Compound Conditional 8. Introduction 8. Order of Evaluation of Compound Conditionals 8. Order of Evaluation: Possibility 1 8.
Possibility 2 8. Examples 8. Sign and Class Tests 8.
Sign Test 8. Class Test 8. Negating Conditionals 8. Negating Simple Conditionals 8. Negating Compound Conditionals 8. The Basic Formats 9. A Review 9. Times 9. Examples of Loops 9. Control Break Processing Types of Reports: A Systems Overview Detail or Transaction Reports Exception Reports Summary Reports Displayed Output: An Example of a Control Break Procedure A Single-Level Control Break Printing a Final Total Sequence-Checking or Sorting: Data Validation Some Consequences Of Invalid Input Inaccurate Output Logic Errors Resulting from Erroneous Input Data Validation Techniques Testing Fields to Ensure a Correct Format Checking for Missing Data Testing for Reasonableness Checking Coded Fields for Valid Contents Sequence Checking Other Methods for Validating Data Verification as a Means of Validating Input Stop the Run Use Switches Print Totals The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.
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Defining a Record 3. Use Meaningful Data-Names 3. The Y2K Problem 6. Integrated coverage of interactive programming. You already recently rated this item. Compile the Source Program 1. Introduces programming tools such as pseudocode and hierarchy charts that make program logic more structured, modular, and top-down.