I've had almost no classroom training and relatively
little job experience with subfile programming (about
a half-dozen programs). I currently get through
subfile programming assignments by copying previous
programs that use subfiles and modifying them until
they meet new requirements.  This is not always an
efficient strategy.  I want a good reference to
explain the 'ins and outs' of subfile programming so I
be more consistently efficient at it.  I'd also like
to have a book on my desk to serve as a quick
reference when needed.

I ordered the book everyone recommended. (Thanks for
the recommendations!) If I continue to have questions
after reading the book, I'll definitely bring them to
this list.


--- jim essinger <esinger@fmtc.com> wrote:
> Kelly,
> What are you interested in doing that you don't
> already
> know how to do?
> Jim
> On Wed, 5 Jun 2002 08:29:35 -0700 (PDT)  you wrote;
> > Are there any good references (books, tutorials,
> > etc.)to learn *advanced* subfile programming with
> > COBOL?
> >
> > I already have access to the ATS COBOL400 SUBFILE
> > PROGRAMMING materials.
> >
> > Thanks for any tips.
> >
> > Kelly Cookson
> >
> >
> -----------------------------------
> Jim Essinger
> Senior Programmer/Analyst
> Student Loan Fund of Idaho
> esinger@fmtc.com
> 208-452-4058
> "Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend.
> Inside of
> a dog, it's too dark to read."  Groucho Marx
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