Table of contents for Structured COBOL : fundamentals and style / Tyler Welburn, Wilson Price.


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CONCEPTS MODULE A: THE PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
CHAPTER 1: First Look COBOL
CHAPTER 2: More on the IDENTIFICATION, ENVIRONMENT and DATA Divisions
CONCEPTS MODULE B: INTRODUCTION TO STRUCTURED PROGRAMMING
CHAPTER 3: More on the PROCEDURE DIVISION
CHAPTER 3S: Debugging/Program Testing Supplement
CHAPTER 4: Keyboard Input and Screen Display
CHAPTER 5: Improving the Appearance of Computer Output
CHAPTER 6: Arithmetic Operations
CONCEPTS MODULE C: PRINCIPLES OF REPORT DESIGN
CHAPTER 7: Report Program Design and Coding
CHAPTER 8: Conditional Operations
CHAPTER 9: Designing and Writing Control Break Programs
CONCEPTS MODULE D: DATA VALIDATION CONCEPTS
CHAPTER 10: Data Validation Design and Coding
CHAPTER 11: Processing Arrays/Tables
CHAPTER 12: Processing Multi-dimension Tables
CONCEPTS MODULE E: PRINCIPLES OF FILE PROCESSING
CHAPTER 13: Sorting
CHAPTER 14: Sequential Master-transaction File Processing
CHAPTER 15: Indexed File Processing
CHAPTER 16: Program Management
APPENDIX A: COBOL Report Writer Feature
APPENDIX B: Instrinsic Functions
APPENDIX C: Printer COBOL from COBOL
APPENDIX D: Complete COBOL - 85 Language Format
APPENDIX E: COBOL Reserved Words




Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: COBOL (Computer program language) Structured programming