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VSE Cobol II: Power Programmer's Desk Reference (IBM Mainframe) Paperback – December, 1992

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Using a programmer's perspective, this comprehensive guide explains how to write high performance COBOL II, V3.2 applications. Coverage includes interfacing with programs written in DOS/VS COBOL, applying the Linkage Editor, using SORT/MERGE and its control statements, hex tables, EBCDIC collating sequence and JCL. Features extensive examples and techniques demonstrating how to build better, more sophisticated and more efficient COBOL II systems in a VSE/ESA milieu. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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David Shelby Kirk was born in 1941 in Little Rock, Arkansas, acquired his first motorcycle at age 14 and has been an avid enthusiast ever since. He entered the computing career field in 1964 and has been an instructor, programmer, manager, director and consultant across many industries. He wrote his first article for a technical magazine in 1982 and has contributed articles to a number of industry magazines since then. His first book was published in 1990. He resides with his wife, Linda, and their dog, Shadow, in central New York and continues to provide occasional consulting and web design services.