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$ 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.
CONTENT AND OBJECTIVES:
Invoke an existing macro with a macro call.
Examine the assembler listing to examine the generated macro listing.
Define macro definitions.
Define parameters used in the macro.
Assign values to the parameters.
Define the symbolic parameters to be declared in the prototype statement.
Utilize the system variable symbols.
Utilize the conditional assembly language and the SET symbols.
Examine the generated statements.
MACRO and MEND Statement
Use source listing statements.
Use an AREAD instruction for assigning a character string value of a statement; place it immediately after a macro instruction to a SETC symbol.
Body of a Macro Definition
Code the model statements from which Assembler language statements are generated during conditional assembly.
Code a positional parameter in a macro definition which changes the value of the parameter each time the macro definition is called.
Combine positional and keyword parameters in a prototype statement.
Invoke a macro which writes a standard message to the operator.
Invoke a macro which writes the passed value to a log file.
Invoke a macro which writes the current date to a log file.
Code a keyword parameter with a default value.
Use the keyword parameter for generating the logic to use a value.
Code a macro to branch around a label.
Writing Macro Instructions
Code a macro that produces a nested branch.
Code a macro which modifies the data to a different value.
Code a macro which searches a table and produce a searched value.
Process sublists in operands.
Levels of Macro Call Nesting
Code a macro that calls other macros.
Writing Conditional Assembly Instructions
Use a SET symbol to represent a one-dimensional array with multiple values.
Create SET symbols during the conditional assembly processing from other variable symbols and character strings.
Use the AIF instruction to branch based upon the results of a condition test.
Branch based on the value which is part of a character string.
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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