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There are many computer languages, and they have been evolving from machine language into a more natural way of writing. Languages are generally classified into machine language (direct machine code); assembly (using mnemonics to present the instructions to be translated later into machine language by an assembly program); procedural languages, also known as high-level languages (HLL) (Pascal, FORTRAN, Algol, JCL, COBOL, REXX, PL/I, Basic, and C are common), along with several other types. Mainframe programming is largely done in the procedural languages.

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I have to create an iSeries webservcie that receive JSON data and store that on the IFS.
after that I gave to process the data into some files.

How can I write the REST service …

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Have got some links/guides from BTan previously for OWASP & Java.

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I'll now need secure programming guides/standards for Cobol (the ones used in IBM mainframes/AS400)
esp those with good …

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In my application currently we are printing the reports in RPGLE using program described printer files concepts. once the reports are generated then we are copying spool file into physical …

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I am trying to build a DDL statement off a COBOL program layout.  I have never used COBOL syntax before.

I AM NOT SURE WHAT PIC X(26) , PIC XX OR PIC X MEAN?
Example:
Cobol layout
TIMESTAMP     …

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What's wrong with this Fortran90 program? I can't get it to compile...

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Hi Experts,

I have to fill a field in a displayfile, by fieldname
When I put the cursor on a field and press one Function key, I have to store some data from that field.
When I put the cursor on …

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I am generating a feed file for downstream application where one of the data is of type S9(15)V99. The downstream application is Mainframe based. I need to understand how to represent …

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I have a list of Mainframe libraries -- and I have to identify which ones are in PDSE format.

Is there a command that I can use in batch that will show this?

I have procedures to run LDR and LU …

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Hi ,

What is sync sort means , is it a utility like grep,awk ?

Please provide me basic details on how to work with syncsort .

Thanks

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I've heard many times that Fortran is a programming language still usefull, even so it is more than fifty years old. Also I 've read that it was mainly applied to IBM mainframes for bank and…

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Hi I need to translate leagacy Pl/I code to Java. The legacy code has files as input and output. How do i convert it into object oriented concepts? How do i create class and How do i handle them?

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Please help me, there is a Legacy application built on cobol, Is there is any connector which can
help us to connect cobol client application getting access to Java application...

I googled…

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Hi,
I get the problem to the script below. why?

(CODE)

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Using a subfile where users can add and delete data on the subfile screen.  When they delete a record everything works fine.  When I try to add a record, after the subfile is initialized with SFLCLR …

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Hi guys: Can any one please describe that where we use this in mainframe programming?

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When I enter new customer number it wont go to the next screen, Can any one please help me out?

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Can any please help me in that error?  Thanks

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I am not understanding this HI, LO or EQ. I just guess its HI. Can any one please help me out?

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Hi guys: Can any one please tell me how to know on which line the error is when checking at the bottom screen?

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How to I embeed an SQL instead of writing a huge 3GL dow coding?

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Mainframe Languages

349

Solutions

422

Contributors

There are many computer languages, and they have been evolving from machine language into a more natural way of writing. Languages are generally classified into machine language (direct machine code); assembly (using mnemonics to present the instructions to be translated later into machine language by an assembly program); procedural languages, also known as high-level languages (HLL) (Pascal, FORTRAN, Algol, JCL, COBOL, REXX, PL/I, Basic, and C are common), along with several other types. Mainframe programming is largely done in the procedural languages.

Related Topics

  1. IBM System i
  2. Programming
  3. Programming Languages-Other
  4. Mainframe OS
  5. Operating Systems
  6. DB2
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