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  1. Front Matter
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About this book

Introduction

A comprehensive, easy to follow course in COBOL for students with no previous programming experiences. The key areas of program design, the COBOL language and program testing, are covered by means of short lessons, each covering one concept/topic, and not normally extending over more than two pages. There are exercises and revision tests throughout. In addition, there are six fully worked programming projects which can be used as models by the students for the development of their programs.

Keywords

design development language programming testing

Authors and affiliations

  • Tony Royce
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  1. 1.North London CollegeUK

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