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A simplified guide to structured Cobol programming

Daniel D. McCracken

A simplified guide to structured Cobol programming

by Daniel D. McCracken

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Published by Wiley in New York, Chichester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementDaniel D. McCracken, Donald G. Golden.
SeriesWiley International Edition
ContributionsGolden, Donald G.
The Physical Object
Pagination630p.
Number of Pages630
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15053781M
ISBN 100471610542
OCLC/WorldCa55672008

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McCracken,Wiley edition, in EnglishCited by:   Ideal for readers with little programming and/or mathematical background, this practical introduction to Cobol programming uses a simplified, "learn-by-example" approach that stresses top-down design and modular structured programming and emphasizes the planning and development of the program logic throughout - with complete programming examples that walk users through the Reviews: 2.

Daniel D. McCracken (J – J ) was a computer scientist in the United States. He was a Professor of Computer Sciences at the City College of New York, and the author of over two dozen textbooks on computer programming, with an emphasis on guides to programming in widely used languages such as Fortran and A Guide to Fortran Programming (Wiley, ) and its.

COBOL Structure COBOL structure - Formal - 4 Divisions Identification Division Identifies the program via program name, author, date written, and other pertinent information Environment DivisionEnvironment Division Describes computer hardware and external file information Data Division Describes input, output, and work files/items.

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A text for use in college courses on COBOL both in two-year and four- year schools. It teaches students who may or may not have previous programming experience how to design and write COBOL programs. This revised edition (sixth was ) highlights structured pseudocode as well as standard pseudocode as program planning tools.

Includes a copy of The Wiley COBOL Syntax Reference Guide. COBOL Programming. This note covers the following topics: Structured Program Design In Cobol, Identification and Environment Divisions, The Data Division, The Procedure Division, Designing and Debugging Batch and Interactive Cobol Programs, Flowcharting, Moving Data, Printing Information, and Formatting Output, Computing In Cobol: The Arithmetic Verbs and Intrinsic Functions, Decision.

This book for me was like 15 years ago. So I bought for my self new-days COBOL books and was able to study this language. I keep this COBOL book on my desk in case I have to communicate with current mainframe programmers.

It helps me to understand what they want and explain to them various programming situations/5(12). Simplified guide to structured COBOL programming. New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Daniel D McCracken; Donald G Golden.

A Simplified Guide to Structured Cobol Programming Daniel D. McCracken - Simplified Structured Cobol With Microsoft/Microfocus Cobol: Daniel D. McCracken, Donald G. Golden - Structured Cobol Programming/the Wiley Cobol Syntax Reference Guide Nancy Stern, Robert A.

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SIMPLIFIED GUIDE TO STRUCTURED COBOL PROGRAMMING. New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc, Softcover. Item # ISBN: Good in wraps. Paperback binding. A read handle copy many dogearred pages. Corners bumped and : $. Section 1: The essence of COBOL programming. In chapters 1, 2, and 3, you’ll learn how to code and test simple programs that prepare reports.

In chapters 4 and 5, you’ll learn how to design, code, and test more complicated programs using the best structured programming techniques.COBOL, one of the oldest programming languages in current use, still provides the framework for many vital business, finance, and administrative programs and systems that companies and governments use in day-to-day activities.Introduction to COBOL Programming Lecture Notes.

This note describes the fundamentals of structured programming as well as language structure and capabilities. Students learn about program development using cobol, including program definition, pseudo-code, flowcharting, coding, testing and debugging.

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