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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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And Visual COBOL R3 brings a number of enhancements to the COBOL language, with C# and Java-like constructs, making it even easier to learn for both new and existing COBOL users.
The video training provides an introduction to the COBOL language, guidance in using the Fujitsu COBOL development environment, thorough training in the design and execution of graphical user interfaces using PowerCOBOL, and many worked exercises demonstrating the use of Fujitsu COBOL and PowerCOBOL.
Nasdaq: EGNS) today introduced the first version of its G-2K family of Year 2000 COBOL language source code analysis and modification tools at the Company's annual Developer's Conference in Raleigh, NC.
FS markets and sells the following products: Program Products, such as Fujitsu's network management application package, SystemWalker; Enterprise application server software products, INTERSTAGE; Work Flow products, i-Flow; COBOL language products; and Fujitsu's Japanese-language and translation software products, including Atlas and TransLinGo
Egan Systems' expertise in the development and support of the COBOL language allows them certain insights in addressing this substantial opportunity.
The Micro Focus COBOL language system supports a wide range of mainframe COBOL dialects, making it the ideal choice for data center managers planning to downsize or migrate legacy applications from IBM mainframes to Pyramid's open systems servers.
Planned for availability in 1993, additions to the Encina products include a Recoverable Queueing Service and COBOL language support for Encina applications.
New software applications are in development that will allow Egan Systems to remain a leading solutions provider in its specific field of expertise: COBOL language dialects and professional services which consists of program migration, Year 2000 services, new program creation and existing program enhancement.