Re: Newbie Question
So let me get this straight... you don't know COBOL, you don't have a
compiler so you cannot test your results... and someone expects a valid
answer out of you?
Based on the amount of attention and resources being paid to this problem
there is no money involved in it... good thing, too!
Thanks all for the great help, I definitely have enough to go on. I
really appreciate it.
As for not having a CoBOL compiler or not having lots of knowledge
about the language, I don't need to get the CoBOL program to work, it
already does and I have an exe of it, I just have to make a VB module
of it so it is automated, the CoBOL version needs a user to enter in a
Thanks again all.
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- Re: C03 abend when omitting CEE.SCEERUN from JCL
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- Re: COBOL Compiler for Windows
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- Re: AIFCHANGELOGON
... a reference for the system, and programmers, to use system intrinsics. ... I don't know Walter Murray as maybe you do. ... there are few people on the planet who know HP's COBOL ... else in the ???INTR files the compiler would need to know. ...
- Re: compile+link Fujitsu Linux
... has some problems for use in business programming. ... It is common for most of a large business application to be written in Cobol, ... chosen the compiler options and link parameters that work best for me. ... I keep telling you it's not my way, it's the Unix norm. ...