Discussion:COBOL 2002

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COBOL (Common Business Oriented Language) was one of the earliest high-level programming languages. It was developed in 1959 by a group of computer professionals called the Conference on Data Systems Languages (CODASYL). Since 1959 it has undergone several modifications and improvements. In an attempt to overcome the problem of incompatibility between different versions of COBOL, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) developed a standard form of the language in 1968. This version was known as American National Standard (ANS) COBOL. In 1974, ANSI published a revised version of (ANS) COBOL, containing a number of features that were not in the 1968 version. In 1985, ANSI published still another revised version that had new features not in the 1974 standard. The language continues to evolve today. Object-oriented COBOL is a subset of COBOL 97, which is the fourth edition in the continuing evolution of ANSI/ISO standard COBOL. COBOL 97 includes conventional improvements as well as object-oriented features. Like the C++ programming language, object-oriented COBOL compilers are available even as the language moves toward standardization.
christian 12 janvier 2007 à 02:41 (CET)

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1997 DU COBOL AU COBOL ORIENTÉ OBJET N. Silverio, P. Silverio présenté à "Solutions for software development'97", mai 1997, Paris


COBOL is the most important programming language for business applications. Several billions lines of COBOL are still in use today. More than hundred thousand developers write still programs in COBOL. And the year 2000 is getting close ... OO COBOL is an extension to the COBOL language. It will be included in the new standard COBOL 97. OO COBOL supports the transition from traditional programming style to object-oriented development techniques. With growing availability of OO COBOL compilers the amount of OO COBOL code will also increase

christian 5 février 2007 à 04:12 (CET)
Cas manifestement semblable à celui de Fortran 90 Natmaka 5 février 2007 à 09:49 (CET)