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Program Design using Structure Diagrams (Iteration) [chapter]

Tony Royce
1992 Structured COBOL  
Royce, Structured COBOL © A. P. Royce 1992  ...  This task will break down into the simpler task of programming the computer to ask for a single number -repeated until a zero is keyed. Produce Structure Diagrams for each of the following tasks. 1.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-349-12240-0_27 fatcat:u63i4esiwzayvppyaa3ov63gqa

Program Design using Structure Diagrams (Iteration) [chapter]

Tony Royce
1991 COBOL  
If a main job can be broken down into a single simple task repeated a number of times -this is called an iteration (means repetition) and it can be shown on a Structure Diagram.  ...  Royce, COBOL © A. P. Royce 1991  ...  This task will break down into the simpler task of programming the computer to ask for a single number -repeated until a zero is keyed. Produce Structure Diagrams for each of the following tasks. 1.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-349-12238-7_27 fatcat:7dy2bxwdzrfi3m3sf5z42mbffu

Program Design using Structure Diagrams (Sequences) [chapter]

Tony Royce
1991 COBOL  
As described in lesson 12, it is usual to break any program down into a number of smaller tasks (corresponding to paragraphs) before writing the detailed COBOL instructions.  ...  When using the programming style describe in lesson 21 (using PERFORM), this break-down can most clearly be shown using Structure Diagrams. Example problem -Produce a Student Report.  ...  The breakdown can be shown using a structure diagram as follows: PRODUCE STUDENT REPORT 1 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ get student details name for the job is  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-349-12238-7_23 fatcat:7xnemxctufezji53ylwv5mgztm

Program Design — Coding from Structure Diagrams (Iteration) [chapter]

Tony Royce
1992 Structured COBOL  
Use the method shown in lesson 23 to turn the structure diagram into COBOL code.  ...  Royce, Structured COBOL © A. P. Royce 1992  ...  Exercise Produce programs from the structure diagrams you produced for the previous exercises (Lesson 26). For Question 2 -make the computer display the 100 lines on the screen. 32 T.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-349-12240-0_28 fatcat:kzilh67t3nbpxiovui53nvdwdm

Program Design — Coding from Structure Diagrams (Iteration) [chapter]

Tony Royce
1991 COBOL  
Use the method shown in lesson 23 to tum the structure diagram into COBOL code.  ...  Exercise Produce programs from the structure diagrams you produced for the previous exercises (Lesson 26). For Question 2 -make the computer display the 100 lines on the screen. 32 T.  ...  Royce, COBOL © A. P. Royce 1991  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-349-12238-7_28 fatcat:igkafotirjfktenhidto5am2uq

Program Design — using Structure Diagrams (Problems involving Sequences and Selection) [chapter]

Tony Royce
1992 Structured COBOL  
Royce, Structured COBOL  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-349-12240-0_37 fatcat:zbtg6u4dqbc2tehufylekpagfe

Program Design — using Structure Diagrams (Problems involving Sequences and Selection) [chapter]

Tony Royce
1991 COBOL  
Example Problem -Accept the mark for a student's exam paper (out of 20), convert the mark to a percentage, award a grade (Pass for 50 or more, Merit for 65 or more, Distinction for 85 or more and Fail if below 50) and display a report.
doi:10.1007/978-1-349-12238-7_35 fatcat:l7ez6wpauzel5au4ihmakn3eqa

Program Design — Coding from Structure Diagrams (Problems involving Sequences, Iteration and Selection) [chapter]

Tony Royce
1992 Structured COBOL  
Royce, Structured COBOL © A. P. Royce 1992  ...  Carry on working down the Structure Diagram -filling in the paragraphs with COBOL instructions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-349-12240-0_40 fatcat:3xey7ybqbrbvtftcznf56ju6r4

The Relationship Between COBOL and Computer Science

Ben Schneiderman
1985 IEEE Annals of the History of Computing  
first consideration of this topic was stimulated by Hank Tropp and Jean Sammet's invi-tation to give a talk at the 1979 .National Computer Conference's Pioneer Day celebration of the 20th an-niVerSary Of COBOL  ...  Questions abound about the choice of mnemonic variable names, nesting of control structures, use of indentation, page formatting, modular design, commenting techniques, data structure design, etc.  ...  The COBOL record and file structure certainly influenced the design of PL/~ and Pascal. The notion of an aggregation of dissimilar items is a major advance over the FOR-TRAN array.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mahc.1985.10041 fatcat:wlajsh26n5bfpbbpbgavq6amfu

A UNIVERSITY'S EXPERIENCE ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENTERPRISE INFORMATION SYSTEMS CURRICULUM

2013 Issues in Information Systems  
with a specific focus on the Enterprise Information System programing skill set of COBOL programmers.  ...  However, even though some noncore COBOL applications are moving off the mainframe to distributed computing platforms, those COBOL batch and transaction processing programs on the mainframe represent an  ...  Emphasis is placed on structured programming techniques, logic structures, and modular design; the use of design tools such as flowcharting, hierarchy charts, and/or pseudocode; and the interpretation  ... 
doi:10.48009/1_iis_2013_82-88 fatcat:jzib4y7rubgnjhl5yiqsrhjzdm

Design of a Reverse Engineering Model (A Case Study of Cobol to Java Migration)

Aditya Trivedi, Ugrasen Suman
2013 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Most of the legacy systems designed using COBOL, as it is a programming language. On the other hand, today Java widely used programming language for designing systems.  ...  The Java is pure object-oriented, where as the COBOL is procedure oriented programming language. The legacy systems designed earlier needs the huge amount of maintenance.  ...  COBOL program with result shown in snapshot 1. Snapshot 1 COBOL file output Java classes generated for the COBOL program shown in the snapshot 2.  ... 
doi:10.5120/13734-1532 fatcat:fflg6qteu5c3fhnys5v5vt46ea

Structured Programming in COBOL--the Current Options

J. M. Triance
1980 Computer journal  
The problems of writing structured programs in COBOL as defined by the Current Standard and by CODASYL are examined.  ...  Four versions of structured COBOL supported by preprocessors are presented and some criteria for judging preprocessor are proposed.  ...  Acknowledgements The author is grateful to the referee and members of the BSI COBOL Working Group for their valuable comments on the first draft of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1093/comjnl/23.3.194 fatcat:putonfj4anbajizqky5gxwcy4e

A linguistic comparison of MUMPS and COBOL

Thomas Munnecke
1980 Proceedings of the May 19-22, 1980, national computer conference on - AFIPS '80  
In all of the structure/content design tradeoffs, MUMPS stresses content, while COBOL stresses structure. 3. COBOL makes a very strict distinction between "program" and "data."  ...  The MUMPS programmer could freely design both the content and structure of data to best fit his application.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1500518.1500643 dblp:conf/afips/Munnecke80 fatcat:dbjbd7zwbjev5fekm6ty46hphi

Verifying the design of an outsourced COBOL system with IntensiVE

Andy Kellens, Carlos Noguera, Theo D'Hondt, Luc Jorissen, Bart Van Passel
2010 2010 IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance  
In light of obtaining maintainable software, it is however important that the delivered software is well-structured and obeys the various design rules that were postulated by a company using an outsourcing  ...  This paper reports on a collaboration between academia and industry, where the research tool IntensiVE has been applied to verify the design rules underlying a large-scale COBOL system.  ...  and verifying structural design rules.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icsm.2010.5609534 dblp:conf/icsm/KellensNDJP10 fatcat:lbvst6vjyrgwzh3waf75upltw4

Page 82 of Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology Vol. 16, Issue 3 [page]

1984 Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology  
Keywords and phrases: Cobol 83, modules, program structure. CR category: D.3.3 (control structures).  ...  MODULES The idea of modules (packages or classes) has become of increasing importance in language design. It represents a major conceptual extension to program structuring.  ... 
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