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How This Book Will Help You
This book is for AS/400 programmers and operators, and for mainframe programmers interested in programming on the AS/400. Aside from the IBM-supplied documentation, there are few books available on AS/400 programming and operations.
Now this new book, AS/400: A Practical Guide to Programming and Operations, gives you the type of nuts-and-bolts information you need. It covers all aspects of AS/400 programming and operations, including COBOL and RPG, plus AS/400 Control Language and Query. Other topics include:
It is full of illustrations and examples pulled from real programs to help you get the most from your AS/400. In addition, the easy-to-understand illustrations are extremely helpful for mainframe programmers interested in learning AS/400 concepts.
Another AS/400 Book from Wiley-QED
AS/400 Architecture and Application: The Database Machine by Jill T. Lawrence. What are the features of the AS/400? What can it do for you that other mid-range or microcomputers can't? Why is it such a powerful database machine? This book provides an introduction and a technical overview of the AS/400 and its database capabilities. The author, a former IBM product manager for intermediate systems, combines an insider's knowledge and an outsider's perspective to tell you exactly what the AS/400 is, what it does, and how it does it.
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Covers all aspects of AS/400 programming and operations including COBOL and RPG plus AS/400 Control Language and Query. PC support, system logon/logoff, adding terminals and users, backup and restore, basic object and library concepts are among the topics discussed. Packed with illustrations and examples from existing programs.About the Author:
As Director of MIS for DuPage County, Illinois, Donald G. Zeilenga has installed AS/400 Model B35s and Model B70s used for distributed processing. He has over 25 years of data processing and management experience, and was previously Director of Corporate Systems Development for Bell & Howell Corporation. He received a BS degree from Loyola University of Chicago and an MBA from DePaul University.
Donna M. Lenczycki, as Information Systems Manager for DuPage County, has coordinated the implementation of AS/400 Models B35 and B70 for distributed processing and image processing applications. She received a BA degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
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Book Description John Wiley & Sons, 1993. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0471603090
Book Description *A Wiley-QED Publication, 1993. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0471603090
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