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by Nancy B. Stern

Download Structured COBOL Programming: Year 2000 Update Version (with Syntax Guide and Disk) eBook
ISBN:
0471299871
Author:
Nancy B. Stern
Category:
Programming
Language:
English
Publisher:
Wiley; 8 edition (October 9, 1998)
Pages:
816 pages
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1119 kb
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Student disk containing all data for all programming assignments as well as the full Practice Program from each chapter. A fully integrated explanation of the Year 2000 (Y2K) problem and its remedies. Pedagogy-Debugging tips and critical thinking questions in each chapter. Robert Stern is Reader in Philosophy at the University of Sheffield. Dr. in mathematics from Barnard College and an . in mathematics and computer science from New York University. in the history of science and technology from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.

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Structured COBOL Programming, Stern & temporary work area that is used during processing but not saved

Structured COBOL Programming, Stern &. OBJECTIVES To Familiarize you with: 1. How files may be sorted within a COBOL program. 2. How to process a file during a SORT procedure before it is actually sorted. 3. How to process a file during a SORT procedure after it is sorted but before it is created as output. temporary work area that is used during processing but not saved. Only the unsorted disk file and the sorted output disk file are assigned standard filenames so that they can be permanently stored. FDs are used in the DATA DIVISION to define and describe the input and output files in the usual way. The sort or work file is described with an SD entry.

The classic COBOL text updated to address the Year 2000 timebomb. This Sterns update addresses the most pressing issue of the day, the potential crippling of computer systems the moment we ring in the new millennium. This edition includes a revised disk, a full account of the problem, and an in-depth consideration of its relevance to COBOL. It also discusses other issues that could have a profound impact on information processing in the new century.
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Found myself in a job where I needed a very good COBOL reference book and wishing I had kept my old Stern and Stern COBOL book from my college days that served me well for many years. There is no better COBOL reference book than a Stern & Stern. 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. In addition I have written COBOL data migration programs and used the book to help me solve programming issues. 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. The content in the good is detailed, explained well, easy to read with good coding examples. Yes the book's coverage of COBOL is into the 21st century. I am very happy with the book. The book's condition was better than advertised, arrived safely packaged and in a timely manner. Happy customer.
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Nice to have for reference.
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If I was serious back in my early 20's I could have made a really lucrative career with just this book!
  • Cezel
Stern and Stern make excellent cobol books
  • Golkis
great cobol textbook
  • Kulabandis
I really like COBOL. It is a shame that it is no longer used much. For reporting programs, it is more user-friendly, than C, C++, etc.
  • Mardin
I have been working as a COBOL programmer since 1993. I learnt COBOL using this book. This book is excellent for beginners as they start off with simple examples and slowly get into the details of programming. It needs to have details about embedded SQLs alongwith various ways of compiling embedded SQLs for different OS and DBs.
Thorough and up to date. These authors are dedicated to the learning process on COBOL.