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CICS: A How-to for COBOL Programmers
     

CICS: A How-to for COBOL Programmers

by David S. Kirk
 

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What This Book Will Do For You Need to learn CICS in a hurry? Whether at work or in the classroom, CICS: A How-To for COBOL Programmers gives you all the skills you need to master CICS fast. Written for MVS programmers and with an emphasis on COBOL II, this book takes you through the basics and a whole lot more. You’ll refer to this book time and time

Overview

What This Book Will Do For You Need to learn CICS in a hurry? Whether at work or in the classroom, CICS: A How-To for COBOL Programmers gives you all the skills you need to master CICS fast. Written for MVS programmers and with an emphasis on COBOL II, this book takes you through the basics and a whole lot more. You’ll refer to this book time and time again to solve everyday CICS programming problems.

  • Easy-to-understand examples make sure you gain proficiency in the most commonly used features of CICS
  • Kirk’s emphasis on the concepts of CICS, such as transaction design, computer dialogues, structured programming in transaction design, programming style, program debugging, and efficiency, allow you to understand fully the more advanced topics you encounter on the job
This invaluable tool is the one CICS book you cannot be without.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780471580218
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
09/01/1992
Pages:
400
Product dimensions:
6.30(w) x 9.39(h) x 1.08(d)

Meet the Author

David Shelby Kirk brings over 25 years of programming and programming management experience to CICS: A How-To for COBOL Programmers. Now an independent consultant specializing in IBM mainframe applications development, he was director of systems and programming for a major insurance company, and director of an information center and a development center. In addition to writing books for Wiley-QED (The MVS Primer and COBOL II Power Programmer’s Desk Reference), he is a frequent contributor to Computerworld, Data Training, and other professional journals. He is listed in Who’s Who in the Computer Industry.

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