Advanced REXX Programming
Duration: 3 Days
Topics Covered In This Course
This course provides instruction on the advanced use of the Restructured EXtended eXecutor (REXX) language. A large number of terminal exercises are used to reinforce and emphasize the lecture material. The course assumes experience programming with REXX.
The course encourages students to write complex REXX programs that manipulate TSO files, that interact with ISPF, and that execute utility programs normally executed with JCL in batch jobs.
The level of difficulty of programs is above that of the introductory REXX course. Students will learn by interacting with the system and resolving difficulties that may arise. Individual help is readily available.
With internet access, in the classroom, students will be encouraged to get up-to-date information directly from the pertinent IBM programming manuals.
What You Can Expect
Who Should Take This Course
This hands on, workshop-oriented course is intended for programmers, operators, system administrators, and technical support personnel experienced writing REXX programs who want to explore REXX's advanced capabilities. This course applies to the MVS/TSO environment.
Students should meet at least these minimum requirements:
Class consists of classroom lecture and lab sessions.
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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