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Advanced structured COBOL: batch and interactive book. By L. Wayne Horn and Gary M. Gleason. Softcover, 420 pages. 51442/?tag prabook0b-20. Essentials of Flowcharting (This book does not look like it has ever been used. Beginning structured COBOL. Member of Florida Association for Educational Data Systems. Association for Computing Machinery.
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Beginning COBOL for Programmers. Found myself in a job where I needed a very good COBOL reference book and wishing I had kept my old Stern and Stern COBOL book from my college days that served me well for many years. There is no better COBOL reference book than a Stern & Stern. I'm using the info in the book as needed to help me read COBOL code in an application system that is being converted into current technology.
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Perhaps you recognize the opportunities presented by the current COBOL skills crisis, or are working in a mission critical enterprise which retains legacy COBOL applications. Whatever your situation, Beginning COBOL for Programmers meets your needs as an established programmer moving to COBOL.
Walter W. Horn (18 January 1908 – 26 December 1995) was a medievalist scholar noted for his work on the timber vernacular architecture of the Middle Ages. He was born in Germany, but fled Nazism and spent most of his academic career at the University of California, Berkeley, where he became the university system's first art historian and co-founded the History of Art department. A naturalized citizen of the United States, Horn served in the .