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- DescriptionFocusing strictly on teaching free-format RPG programming methods, this book will help programmers wishing to upgrade their skills This how-to guide offers a concise and thorough introduction to the increased productivity, better readability, and easier program maintenance that comes with the free-format style of programming in RPG IV. Although free-format information is available in IBM manuals, it is t separated from everything else, requiring hours of tedious research to track down the information needed. This book provides everything you need to kw to write RPG IV in the free-format style. Author Jim Martin t only teaches rules and syntax, but also explains how this modern style of coding has the potential to improve overall programmer productivity-from initial development through maintenance. He methodically covers the many style issues, such as named indicators and built-in functions, and addresses topics including input and output, program flow, data manipulation, math operations, prototyping, and APIs. This third edition is updated to V7.1 of the IBM i operating system on IBM Power machines. An added chapter explains the new free-format H, F, D, and P specifications introduced by IBM in Techlogy Refresh 7, and programming examples throughout the book are updated to reflect the new specifications.
- Author BiographyJim Martin was born in Salt Lake City in 1937 and has lived in New York since 1960.
- Author(s)Jim Martin
- PublisherMC Press, LLC
- Date of Publication01/04/2015
- SubjectComputing: Professional & Programming
- Place of PublicationDouble Oak
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintMC Press, LLC
- Weight382 g
- Width177 mm
- Height228 mm
- Spine15 mm
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