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CONTENT AND OBJECTIVES:
Examine and analyze the advantages and disadvantages of a 4th generation language.
Review the JCL required for executing a DYL-280 program.
Programming with DYL-280
Create a file for use in the exercises.
Define all the fields in a file with editing and default heading information.
Run a simple report in order to get a handle on the automatic cycle.
Code some syntax errors in order to examine the error messages produced by DYL-280.
Code basic DYL-280 statements.
Print a detail report of all the columns in the dataset using the file description from the previous exercise.
Reprint the report with a specified title at the top of each page.
Change some of the column headings and print the date in the upper left corner of each page.
Perform arithmetic and character string operations.
Using multiple fields in the input record, perform a calculation, and store the result into a WORKING-STORAGE field.
Perform conditional processing based on a code in the input dataset.
Use the DYL-280 statements to process the data.
Based on conditions, create an extract file with the same record layout.
Based on conditions, create an extract file with a different record layout.
Select a limited number of records.
Use the CASE statement for comparing a code to several values; for each value execute different logic.
Merge the content of a master file with a transaction file.
Use predefined variables in conditional statements and reports.
Process a PDS and list its directory.
Sort the data using multiple keys.
Read a VSAM KSDS sequentially and randomly.
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