Creating CL Commands by Exampleby Lynn Nelson
Learn from an expert how to create CL commands that have the same functionality and power as the IBM commands you use every day, including parameter editing, function keys, F4 prompt for values, expanding lists of values, and conditional prompting. Whether you're in operations or programming, Creating CL Commands by Example can help you tap the tremendous power and flexibility of CL commands to automate tasks and enhance applications. Lynn Nelson knows commands - the rules, the parameters, the applications. She knows the pitfalls. She even knows what you don't have to know.
The ability to create your own commands that have the same functionality and power as the IBM commands you use every day is the best-kept secret in the industry. Commands are incredibly powerful and amazingly easy to program. Operators can write macros for the operations they do over and over again every day. Programmers can write application commands that prompt their users for essential information. And here's the best part: The commands you write will have all the function you see in IBM's commands: parameter editing automatically, all the function keys automatically, F4 prompt for values automatically, expanding lists of values automatically, conditional prompting automatically. Commands are powerful and flexible and provide a phenomenal amount of built-in function. So whether you're in operations or programming, don't miss this opportunity to enhance your career-building skills. Lynn Nelson is the expert - Creating CL Commands by Example is the help you need.
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