For courses on IBM 360/370 Assembly Language, Kindred offers extensive use of structured programming at the assembly language level. The continuity of examples using the same data provides a consistent theme. Programs begin with simple character operations and gradually move on to more advanced topics. Abundant laboratory assignments are included in the text itself; no additional manual is required. File creation and processing are covered with indexed sequential and VSAM files. A complete set of sample programs for each chapter allows students to see fully developed models.... insert: LR 13, SRVE OPEN (SNRPDCB, (OUTPUT) ) SNRP DCB=SNRPDCB/ID =l, PDflTR=(PSW, REGS), X STORRGE=( BEGIN, LINECNT+1DD) CLOSE ( SNRPDCB) In this example, ID may be any number between 0 and 127 to identify theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Structured Assembler Language for IBM Computers|
|Author||:||Alton R. Kindred|
|Publisher||:||Harcourt College Pub - 1987-01-01|