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COBOL

[kō′bol]
abbreviation for common business oriented language, a high-level compiler computer language for programming.
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Increased developer productivity with smart editing and debugging aids for COBOL developers including code analysis, navigation tools, IntelliSense, Auto-complete, and more
Open source COBOL can now be offered as a viable option for many customers interested in legacy re-hosting and modernization.
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With the Visual Studio 2010 and Eclipse IDE integration, developers have even more tools and resources needed to work with COBOL in a way that's intuitive to .
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The Fujitsu COBOL Cartridge will comprise a set of standard COBOL APIs that will allow Oracle Web Application Server functions to be invoked directly from within COBOL programs and to use thin HTML-based clients such as Web browsers and Network Computers to access and execute COBOL programs.
Because existing COBOL code represents a major investment for many companies, it is important, but increasingly challenging to exploit these assets.
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L), a leading provider of enterprise application management, testing and modernization solutions, today celebrates fifty years since the name COBOL was given to the computer language which continues to underpin the modern world.