Basic Assemble Programming

PT6286
Summary
In this course students will code, assemble and execute a series of programs using fixed point and decimal instructions and file access.
Prerequisites
Students should have at least 6 months of experience with TSO/ISPF and JCL. Previous experience in designing and coding application programs will be helpful, but is not needed.
Duration
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is for application and systems programmers who need to develop programs using the IBMs High Level Assembler.
Topics
  • What is Assembler Language?
  • Defining Storage Areas and Constants
  • Packed Decimal Processing
  • Data Movement Instructions
  • Assembling and Executing Your Program
  • Conditional Processing
  • Formatting Output Data
  • Binary Processing
  • Table Processing
  • Program Linkage
  • Sequential File Processing
  • Program Addressability and DSECTs
  • What to Know Before You Go
  • Appendix A - Analyzing Abend-AID Dumps
  • Appendix B - Analyzing DumpMaster Dumps
  • Appendix C - Using the IBM Fault Analyzer
  • Appendix D - Analyzing IBM SYSUDUMPs
  • Appendix E - Binary and Hexadecimal Number Systems
  • Appendix F - Solutions to Written Exercises
  • Appendix G Solutions to Lab Exercises

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