Download Control Language Programming for the AS/400 (2nd Edition) fb2
by Dan Riehl,Bryan Meyers
- ISBN: 1882419766
- Category: Technology
- Author: Dan Riehl,Bryan Meyers
- Subcategory: Hardware & DIY
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- Language: English
- Publisher: 29th Street Pr; Subsequent edition (October 1, 1997)
- Pages: 522 pages
- FB2 size: 1635 kb
- EPUB size: 1788 kb
- Rating: 4.5
- Votes: 187
The textbook has proven to be a boon to students who plan to initiate careers as AS/400 programming professionals, as well as a must-read for programmers already in the AS/400 workforce who need to brush up on their CL techniques.
RPG IV Programming on the AS/400.
Bryan Meyers, Dan Riehl.
Bryan Meyers is the author of numerous books, including Desktop Guide to CL Programming, RPG IV. .
Bryan Meyers is the author of numerous books, including Desktop Guide to CL Programming, RPG IV Jump Start, and VisualAge for RPG. He lives in Billings, Montana. He lives in Chesterfield, Missouri. A comprehensive text on CL programming for students who plan to initiate careers as AS/400 programming professionals. Each of the 25 chapters ends with practical exercises and includes graduated programming assignments
Bryan Meyers, Dan Riehl. Each of the 25 chapters ends with practical exercises and includes graduated programming assignments. Two appendices cover essentials of AS/400 features needed for program development and SEU. A third appendix serves as a condensed reference to the most frequently used CL commands.
Author(s) Brian W. Kernighan, Dennis M. Ritchie. He was also notable for his influence on ALTRAN, B, BCPL, Multics, etc.
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CL Programming for the IBM AS/400 is a good textbook for learning CL programming on the AS/400, iSeries, IBM i. The book can also be used as a great reference manual. I know why, but at the same time I don't care for that reasoning. The book is pretty good for someone who is a programmer already, not for anyone who is new to writing CL or RPG on the AS/400.
As such, it eliminates the need to cover introductory topics such as SEU, PDM, and DDS in programming and database courses.