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Cobol learning lear cobol languages first then take out the hards and relax. 

Objective:
To train programmers involved in migrating COBOL programs from the
OS/VS compiler (COBOL-74) to VS COBOL II (COBOL-85). This class
includes hands-on exercises to provide experience with various
aspects of the product.

Prerequisites:
COBOL programming experience.

Length: Two days

Outline:


OVERVIEW:
-  COBOL Evolution
-  Programming Features
-  Productivity Features
-  Performance Features
-  Performance Limitations

ELIMINATED FEATURES
-  Causes of Change
-  Identification Division Changes
-  Environment Division Changes
-  Data Division Changes
-  Procedure Division Changes
-  COBOL Registers

PREPARING VS COBOL II PROGRAMS
-  Compiling VS COBOL II Programs
-  VS COBOL II Error Types
-  Compiler Options
-  New Compiler Options
-  Compiler Files
-  Compiler PROC and Run JCL
-  Linkage Editor Files
-  Compile and Link PROC and Run JCL
-  LOAD Module Run JCL
-  Compile, Link and Execute
-  Sample COBOL Listing
-  Sample Cross Reference Listing
-  Data Division Map Listing
-  Diagnostic Listing

NEW FEATURES
-  Lower Case Letters
-  Non-numeric Literal Increased Length
-  SAA-Compatibility
-  Nested COPY
-  TITLE
-  *CBL
-  INITIALIZE
-  Complex OCCURS DEPENDING ON
-  LENGTH Register
-  DAY-OF-WEEK Register
-  Julian DAY Register
-  Hexadecimal Representation of Special Chaaracters
-  Symbolic Characters
-  Reference Modification
-  De-Editing Numeric Fields

STRUCTURED PROGRAMMING ENHANCEMENTS
-  Sequence, Selection and Iteration
-  CONTINUE
-  Scope Terminators
-  SET TO TRUE
-  Inline PERFORM
-  PERFORM UNTIL WITH TEST BEFORE
-  PERFORM UNTIL WITH TEST AFTER
-  EVALUATE
-  CALL Extensions
-  CALL Examples

OPERATIONAL DIFFERENCES
-  Release 3
-  Table Handling Enhancements
-  Optional FILLER
-  Alphabetic Changes
-  Changes to COBOL Sort
-  Two New Relational Operators
-  ADD Processing
-  ON SIZE ERROR Processing
-  Determining Variable Record Length
-  INSPECT CONVERTING
-  REPLACE Statement
-  EXIT
-  Migrational Differences

INTERACTIVE DEBUGGING
-  COBTEST Scenario
-  The Symbol Table
-  Preparing for a COBTEST Session
-  Executing COBTEST in Batch
-  COBTEST in Batch Considerations
-  Sample COBOL Program
-  Preparing for COBTEST in Line Mode
-  COBTEST Line Mode Sample Session
-  COBTEST in Full Screen Mode
-  Including the Source Listing
-  Executing in Full Screen Mode
-  Abend Recovery in Full Screen Mode
-  Verb Frequency Check

APPENDIX
-  VS COBOL II References
-  COBTEST Commands



 

Their are other skills before learning Cobol

OBJECTIVE

To continue to develop and apply my technical skills and knowledge.

Snyder's of Hanover:  March 2002 to Present

AS/400 Computer Operator and Help Desk (Data Center IS Department)
  • Ensure that system backup procedures are successfully performed regularly according to schedule
  • Monitor and respond to error messages
  • Perform daily, weekly, monthly backups, and IPL's
  • Print daily reports for sales, customer service, and DSD
  • Assist plant personnel and district sales managers with call-in concerns on the system
  • Ensure the RF system and servers are operating properly
  • Crown American Properties:  February 2001 to Present

    Customer Service
  • Assist vendors and customers on inquiries of merchandise
  • Close out and balance daily sales
  • Milacron Resin Abrasive:  March 1979 to January 2001

    Quality Control
  • Followed ISO 9000 guidelines
  • Wrote SOP's for specific inspection procedures and various jobs
  • Implemented new inspection procedures
  • Oversaw the quality of Millstones for Frito-Lay Inc.
  • Maintained daily ISO 9000 inspection reports
  • Performed lab analysis on raw materials
  • 1998 ISO 9000 trained
  • 1998 Covey Training
  • Computer Skills

  • Programming Languages:  Visual Basic, COBOL, SQL, HTML, and ASP
  • Applications:  Word, Excel, Outlook, Visio, and Access
  • Operating Systems:  OS/400, Windows 95/98/NT/2000.
  • Computers:  IBM compatible personal computers, AS400E series
  • Printers:  IBM 1145, 4332, 6408, HP printers and faxes
  • Tape Drives:  IBM 3581, 3490E, and 3570
  • Professional Experience

  • Designed a personal database application
  • Designed and built this ongoing project, CodeSolution.com
  • Education

    Computer Learning Network, Mechanicsburg, PA
    Course: Computer Programming & Web Technology

    Midrange Computers AS/400:  Exposed to the basic concepts of midrange computers including operating systems, systems utilities, file design access methods and control language.

    COBOL:  Exposed to a structured high level language, including syntax rules, report processing, calculations, control break and table processing, multiple file updating, flow charts and print charts.

    Visual Basic:  Developed the skills to utilize databases and Internet tools that access and process files using DAO, ADO, HTML, ASP, and SQL. Learned to create Windows applications that provide solutions to business needs, with much emphasis on databases.

    References available upon request