By building on familiar COBOL II standards, this guide aims to help experienced programmers make an efficient transition to the new COBOL/370. The book explores the impact COBOL/370 will have on COBOL programming. It explains how and why so many people are converting to COBOL/370 and provides a foundation for understanding its features and language environment. Throughout, the book addresses the technical realities of the new COBOL/370 - what it can really do as opposed to what has been promised. It's packed with unique reference tables and includes lots of examples to clarify material often awkwardly stated in IBM manuals. Also included are IBM reference charts (such as I/O error codes) that have been improved and clarified.
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