Recommended Duration: 3 Days
Benefits: This course helps experienced programmers find the most productive ways to combine functions and modules written in different programming languages (or the same language). The student will gain new insights on how each language builds argument lists and accesses parameters. This can result in code that is smaller, faster, and more robust.
Audience: Experienced programmers who need to create or maintain applications that include components written in various languages, or who need to use some of the advanced subroutine features of a particular language or the program binder.
Prerequisites: At the very least, the student entering this course should have a strong programming background in at least one of: COBOL, PL/I, C, or Assembler.
Related IBM Materials: This course is drawn from these and other IBM manuals; access to these publications in the classroom is desirable but not required:
SA22-7832 – z/Architecture Principles of Ops.
SC26-4940 – HLASM Language Reference
SA22-7606 – Assembler Services Reference, I
SA22-7607 – Assembler Services Reference, II
SC27-1408 – Enterprise COBOL Language Reference
SC27-1412 – Enterprise COBOL Programming Gde.
SC27-1460 – Enterprise PL/I Language Reference
SC27-1457 – Enterprise PL/I Programming Guide
SC09-4815 – XL C/C++ Language Reference
SC09-4765 – XL C/C++ Programming Guide
SC09-4767 – XL C/C++ User’s Guide
SA22-7821 – XL C/C++ Run-Time Library Ref.
SA22-7643 – MVS Program Mgmt. User’s Guide
SA22-7644 – MVS Program Mgmt. Advanced Facilities