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PL/1 Programming
DURATION: 5 days

FEE: $2,475

PRIVATE GROUP FEE: $
Based upon a class size of six students.

Scheduling can be adjusted to employee work hours and incorporate client assignments.

SMALL CLASS SIZE:
There is a surcharge associated with training two or fewer students.

AUDIENCE:

  • Programmer
  • System Analyst
  • IT Professional
 
   

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HANDS-ON TRAINING:
    1. Introduction
      • Features in the PL/1 language and the different compiler versions.
      • PL/1 has been used to process data for business entities and as a development language for coding applications specific to certain processors.
    2. Creating Data Fields
      • Compile and execute a simple program.
      • Use the PUT statement to display data.
      • Declare data types using the PICTURE attribute.
      • Compile and execute the program provided by the instructor.
      • Create a character string variable containing your name and a fixed binary file with age (in years); then 1- Print the two fields using PUT LIST, PUT DATA, and PUT EDIT. 2- Initialize the data items in a supplied table into variables that contain the PICTURE attribute. 3- Browse the results.
    3. Compiling and Link-editing on z/OS
      • Review Compile, link and execute JCL.
    4. Programming and Expressions
      • Perform mathematical calculations.
      • Write a PL/1 program which determines the area of a triangle, given the base and the height; initialize the base and height variables with values.
    5. Program Structure
      • Determine the beginning and end of a routine.
      • Code a main procedure with a simple DO group and a procedure with no parameters.
    6. Program Statements
      • Code a DO WHILE statement and IF/DO statements.
      • Print out a multiplication table; for example the five table; then print a string of data, one character on a line.
    7. Arrays
      • Find the largest and smallest value in an array.
    8. I/O: Input/Output
      • Input a Claims file and format Social Security number, numeric values and dates.
    9. Structures
      • Create and use structures.
      • Execute programs with record I/O.
      • Perform character manipulation with the SUBSTR function.
      • Read each record from the Account Receivable Dataset; then 1- Print every record into the Account Receivable Report. 2- Format the date into mm/dd/yy and permit 20 entries on a printed page. 3- Print a grand total of the Invoice amount at the end of the report.
    10. Record I/O
      • Read a set of grades and calculate the lowest, highest, and mean grades.1- Use the GET LIST command for reading data. 2- Calculate values using the Assignment statement. 3- Use conditional expressions for determining the highest and lowest value. 4- Perform looping. 5- Read in a list of grades using the GET LIST command; there will be one grade on a line. 6- The last value in the input stream is a -1, which indicates the end of the list.
      • Display each grade using the PUT LIST command.
      • After all the grades are listed, display the number of grades, the lowest grade, the highest grade, and the mean grade.
    11. Stream I/O
      • Display a simple histogram.
    12. Storage Allocation
      • Allocate, populate and display the memory dynamically.
    13. Conditions
      • Use conditions to perform error checking at run-time.
      • Read in a Division/Dept Table.
      • Use the ERROR and SUBSCRIPTRANGE condition to check for any errors and whether a high bound has been exceeded.
    14. Built-in Functions
      • Practice character manipulation on a varying sized string.
      • Code a function which returns the number of characters in a string.
      • Passing data back and forth to a procedure.
      • Code an external subroutine that receives two arguments and passes back a value.
 
 
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Effective February 27, 2012, the course dates listed on the SYS-ED schedules only will be available based upon approved and authorized user ID.

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