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ISBN:0155840703
Author: Alton R. Kindred
ISBN13: 978-0155840706
Title: Structured Assembler Language for IBM Computers
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Language: English
Category: Programming
Publisher: Oxford University Press (June 8, 1995)
Pages: 576

Structured Assembler Language for IBM Computers by Alton R. Kindred



The continuity of examples using the same data provides a consistent theme. Programs begin with simple character operations and gradually move on to more advanced topics. Abundant laboratory assignments are included in the text itself; no additional manual is required. File creation and processing are covered with indexed sequential and VSAM files

The continuity of examples using the same data provides a consistent theme. File creation and processing are covered with indexed sequential and VSAM files. A complete set of sample programs for each chapter allows students to see fully developed models. by. Alton R. Kindred (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more.

The continuity of examples using the same data provides a consistent theme. A complete set of sample programs for each chapter allows students to see fully developed models

Proper structure is ensured by consistent naming of program structures.

Proper structure is ensured by consistent naming of program structures

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For courses on IBM 360/370 Assembly Language, Kindred offers extensive use of structured programming at the assembly language level. The continuity of examples using the same data provides a consistent theme. Programs begin with simple character operations and gradually move on to more advanced topics. Abundant laboratory assignments are included in the text itself; no additional manual is required. File creation and processing are covered with indexed sequential and VSAM files. A complete set of sample programs for each chapter allows students to see fully developed models.