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IS 217 COBOL II
Patel, Chandrakant


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Course

IS 217 COBOL II

Semester

F2J 2006 DN

Faculty

Patel, Chandrakant

Title

Adjunct Faculty

Degrees/Certificates

M. Sc
Asso. IS

Office Hours

Appointment only

Daytime Phone

816-843-4265

E-Mail

Chandrakant.Patel@Park.edu

chpatel@dstsystems.com

Class Days

--T----

Class Time

5:30 - 9:50 PM

Prerequisites

IS216

Credit Hours

3


Textbook:

1. COBOL for the 21st Century 11th edition    By Stern – Stern –Ley ;    ISBN # 0-471-72261-8
2. Micro Focus NetExpress Version 4.0      ISBN # 0-471-17347-9 compiler)    Publisher; Wiley

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Course Description:
Continuation of IS216. This course introduces the student to sorting, merging files, arrays and data validation.  The course also introduces a sequential, indexed, and relative file processing.  The student learns about interactive processing and the methodologies used for developing larger programs. Pre-requisite: IS216. 3:0:3

Educational Philosophy:
N/A

Learning Outcomes:
  Core Learning Outcomes

  1. Explain key concepts of structured design and programming
  2. Apply COBOL elements (i.e. reserve words, programmer supplied names, literals, symbols, and picture clauses)
  3. Demonstrate creativity and problem solving skills
  4. Debug and test COBOL programs for compilation, execution and data errors
  5. Use terminology and structure of Object Oriented COBOL
  6. Write COBOL programs that use:
  7. - Screen Input/Output with data validation
  8. - Table processing (at least two-level processing)
  9. - Basic Sorting
  10. - Control Breaks with Running and Rolling Totals (at least two level control break processing)
  11. - Sub programs and Copybook processing
  12. - Index File processing
  13. Write COBOL programs that use proper style, documentation and application of coding standards


Core Assessment:

Class Assessment:

Week 1 .  Control Break Processing/ Instructor; Syllabus .  
      Lecture: Chapter 10 .  
      Lab: .  Introduction to Lab @ Park University .  
      Assignment 1 Problem 3  (Chapter 10)  Page 432
 
Week 2 .  Data Validation / Instructor; Syllabus . 
      Lecture: Chapter 11 .  
      Lab: .  
      Assignment 2 Problem 3  (Chapter 11)  Page 469
 
Week 3 .  Lecture: Chapter 12   .  Array Processing and Table Handling .  
      Lab: .  
      Assignment 3 Problem PP (Chapter 12) Page 540
      Add DATE(Month name) & PAGE in heading
 
Week 4 .  
      Lecture: Chapter 13 .  Sequential File Processing .  
      Lab: .  
      Assignment 4 Problem 1  (Chapter 13) Page 613
 
Week 5 .
      Lecture: Chapter 14   .  Sorting and Merging .  
      Lab:
 
Week 6 .  
   Lecture: Chapter 15 .  Indexed and Relative File Processing .  
   Lab: .  
   Assignment 5 Problem 1  (Chapter 15) Page 706 Write this assignment in two phases.
      1. Create indexed file.
      2. Update indexed file.
 
Week 7 .  
      Lecture: Chapter 16 17 & 18 .  
                     COPY & CALL .  OBJECT-ORIENTED COBOL .  
      Lab:
 
Week 8 .  All assignment due. .  
      Lab: .  Final: Write a online program with screen section to accept the terminal input for printing address labels in                  requested quantity. .Extra credit points assignment Add day name table and look up day name for heading date to assignment 5.

Grading:

. GRADING POLICIES:
A 90-100 %
B 80-89  %
C 70-79  %
D 60-69  %
F Below 60 %
 
Assignments Points 5 Programs 1000 All assignments must be completed and turn in on time for grading on printed form. Assignments may be completed on outside computers.

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Last Updated:12/26/2006 3:10:29 PM