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Cobol by Design e-book


Malu Cabrera,Gary Klein







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Independent Pub Group (January 1, 1994)



Cobol by Design e-book

by Malu Cabrera,Gary Klein

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COBOL by Design book. Two design tools - program hierarchy charts and Nassi-Schneiderman charts - are presented, as is the role they play in solving problems.

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Books COBOL by Design with Cabrera. Franklin, Beedle and Company. Wilsonville, Oregon, 1994. Interfaces, Vol. 18-6, 1988. Structured COBOL by Design with Cabrera. Little, Brown and Company.

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Gary Klein is a cognitive psychologist and the author of five books, including Sources of Power: How People Make Decisions and his most recent work, Seeing What Others Don't: The Remarkable Ways We Gain Insights. He regularly works with leaders in domains such as healthcare, military, law enforcement, petrochemical industry, social work, and business management to assist them with issues in organizational expertise and workplace insights.

This has been the number 1 best-selling COBOL book for professional programmers since its first. Kobocii Islaamiyiinta Soomaaliya 1952-2002.

The premise of this text is that the COBOL language is not an end in itself, but the means for implementing program solutions; hence, the text teaches skills needed to develop structured programs, presenting the COBOL language in the context of program purpose and structure. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

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