IBM (z/OS) - Application Programming Environment Overview 2.5
This course discusses widely used mainframe programming languages such as COBOL, PL/I, C++, REXX, CLIST, Java, and Python, and describes how the Language Environment provides many of these languages with common runtime routines.
This course is designed for people interested in a career in z/OS application or system programming, that require a broad background on programming concepts and application.
Successful completion of the IBM (z/OS) - Application Programming Basics course, or equivalent knowledge.
- After completing this course, the student will be able to:
- Identify commonly used programming languages in the IBM Enterprise Environment
- Describe how programs are made executable
- Describe the purpose of the Language Environment
Background on Programming Languages
CLIST and REXX
Compiling Source Code
Introduction to Language Environment
Need for Language Environment
Programming Languages that use Language Environment
Language Environment Options
Language Environment and User Program Messages
Language Environment Initiated Dumps
Interpreting Language Environment Dumps