|Cursuscode||ES34V0BE||Niveau van kennis||Intermediair|
|Duur||5.0 dagen||Leermethode||Instructor led
|Type cursus||Publiek/privaat onsite|
|Prijs||Set by Partner|
This classroom provides an introduction to the mainframe Assembler language. Hands-on labs are designed to develop the skills appropriate to write programs based on Assembler Language.
Mainframe programming continues to require Assembler skills in order to support various application as well as systems programming environments. Many routines, application exits and software packages are indeed written in Assembler and require Assembler skills to be maintained. A good understanding of Assembler and machine instructions is also an asset for debugging programs written in any high-level language.
Emphasis is placed on enhancing skills in problem resolution through program check interruption analysis and dump reading.
This workshop is for both systems and application programmers who need to code, maintain and debug application support programs or subroutines written in Assembler language.
You should have a working knowledge of a z/OS environment (TSO/ISPF and JCL). Also you should have programming skills, it means have a good knowledge of either a high-level (e.g. COBOL or PL/I) or a procedural (e.g. CLISTs or REXX) language.
You should be able to write and debug programs using basic Assembler language instructions.
You should also be able to: