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A Guide to COBOL Programming

McCracken, Daniel D.  A Guide to COBOL Programming  (New York: Wiley, 1963)

"This book is written for the person who wants to get a rapid grasp of the application of computers to the problems of business. COBOL is one of the most widely used languages for such work and an excellent vehicle for the study of computer applications.  All of the essential COBOL matters are explained fully within the framework of applications. The book is therefore considerably more than a simple text on COBOL".

No ISBN. LCCN: 63016019


Publisher : John Wiley & Sons Ltd

Author : Daniel D.McCracken

Format : Paperback

-Daniel D.McCracken-




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