Kevin Vandever's Subfiles in RPG IV (MC Press, 2000) offered easy-to-understand explanations of subfile concepts plus a bounty of practical examples, advanced techniques, and other cool stuff never before seen in subfile books. Now, this popular manual has been updated from beginning to end to teach subfile concepts and programming techniques using free-format RPG. A comprehensive resource that RPG programmers can use as they advance from basic subfile usage to more advanced programming, this book offers concepts, explanations, and practical examples that reflect current trends.
With downloadable templates that include both the DDS and RPG code, this resource provides the techniques and styles "from basic single-page displays to powerful methods such as recursion, data queues, and embedded SQL" that enable RPG programmers to become subfile masters. With updated code that shows modern methods, such as ILE strategies and free-format RPG, this reference offers examples and techniques you will use over and over as you advance from basic subfile usage to guru-like mastery of subfile programming.
Mastering subfiles is often the defining moment in an RPG programmer's career. This book gives you the concepts, styles, and advanced techniques "using free-format RPG" that will enable you to become a subfile master in your own right.
With Subfiles in Free-Format RPG, you will learn how to:
|Author Name:||Kevin Vandever|
|Publication Date:||August 9, 2011|
|Product Dimensions:||7 x 0.5 x 9 inches|
|Shipping Weight:||0.75 pounds|
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