Duration: 5 Days
This is an entry level Assembler Programming workshop with a Commercial Application bias. Topics range from Syntax and the Assembly processing, through to code a basic application program including file processing. Whilst the emphasis is on 24/31-bit instructions, the newer 64-bit instruction set is discussed as appropriate. The workshop content is biased towards z/OS, but can be adapted to suite z/VSE if required.
Topics Covered In This Course
Non-VSAM queued I/O macros
Binary integer arithmetic
File Processing (ESDS)
Appendix ? The Linkage Editor / Program Binder
What You Can Expect
At the completion of this workshop, students will know and understand how to use the IBM Assembler Programming Language and be able to:
Who Should Take This Course
Attendees could be: New System Programmers, Technical Support and Software Programmers and Application Programmers who need the ability to write and debug Assembler Language programs and better understand the software that their installation uses.
Participants will need to be able to edit data using TSO/ISPF and have sufficient JCL knowledge to deal with any issues which may arise when performing the exercises. Previous programming experience would be useful, but not essential.
Lecture with extensive practical exercises.
Every student attending a Verhoef Training class will receive a certificate good for $100 toward their next public class taken within a year.
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