Undergraduate Degrees, Majors and Concentrations

CI328 - Cobol Programming
Fall 1997

This course provides the student an introduction to structured programming in various environments through use of the COBOL language. Emphasis is placed on structured programming techniques, logic structures, and modular design; the use of design tools such as flowcharting, hierarchy charts, pseudocode and/or HIPO charts; and the interpretation and development of record layouts, report layouts, and quality program documentation. The student learns the syntax and logic of COBOL by coding a sequence of increasingly complex problems. The fundamental elements of batch sequential file processing are stressed, with the application of arithmetic verbs, simple and complex IF statements, 88-levels, internal sorting, control-break processing, and single-level table processing.
Prerequisite: CI212.
3 Credits

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