COBOL


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AcronymDefinition
COBOLCommon Business-Oriented Language
COBOLCompletely Obsolete Business-Oriented Language :-)
COBOLCompletely Over and Beyond Obvious Logic :-)
COBOLCompiles Only By Odd Luck :-)
COBOLCompletely Obsolete Burdensome Old Language :-)
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Drawing on our ecosystem of legacy modernization partners, COBOL-IT provides the technology for an integrated solution to a wide variety of complex modernization challenges, including requirements for both COBOL and languages other than COBOL.
In this case, the COBOL and CICS for business, file, and database processing remain the same so the need for program maintenance and enhancement continues.
The Company designs, develops, and markets innovative solutions for extending the life of vital COBOL business systems.
Course content includes how to understand, design, code, test and debug COBOL programs.
As a Microsoft Enterprise Development Partner, we want to ensure that Fujitsu COBOL not only fully supports Microsoft's advanced technologies but fully exploits those technologies across the entire enterprise and provides the fastest COBOL with unmatched reliability and scalability for the Windows platforms.
As the industry standard for COBOL, Micro Focus enables organizations to maximize ROI while reducing development costs for accelerated business success.
How to "instantly" Web-enable COBOL programs through the pure Java thin client features of isCOBOL Server
In addition to presenting, Veryant will also be an exhibitor at the COBOL iX Days Conference.
Despite its age, COBOL still plays a pivotal role in running most of the world's businesses and public services, from powering almost all global ATM transactions, running nearly three quarters of the world's business applications, and booking hundreds of holidays every single day.
L), the leading provider of enterprise application management and modernization solutions, the average American relies on the programming language COBOL at least 13 times per day for routine activities such as placing phone calls, using a credit or debit card, and commuting to and from work.
Customers are able to retain the reliability of COBOL while integrating existing applications with modern, cutting edge technologies.