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the compiler version 12.3 is built from the iso standard version 12.3 of cobol on the developer studio 12.3 development toolkit. the compiler is a windows 7 32-bit install executable, and runs under windows 7 and windows server 2008 x64.
the compiler version 12.4 is built from the iso standard version 12.4 of cobol on the developer studio 12.4 development toolkit. the compiler is a windows 7 32-bit install executable, and runs under windows 7 and windows server 2008 x64.
the compiler version 12.5 is built from the iso standard version 12.5 of cobol on the developer studio 12.5 development toolkit. the compiler is a windows 7 32-bit install executable, and runs under windows 7 and windows server 2008 x64.
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cobol compiler is used to generate cobol programs. it can be used to compile programs to be used on a variety of different platforms. it can also be used to generate mainframe programs for mainframe systems. it can also be used to convert programs from one platform to another, or to convert a program written in one language to another.
cobol compiler is used to generate cobol programs. it can be used to compile programs to be used on a variety of different platforms. it can also be used to generate mainframe programs for mainframe systems.
cobol compiler is a integrated development environment (ide) that can be used with other languages. cobol compiler allows you to write, compile, debug, and run (execute) your cobol programs. it also provides a compatibility mode for several other languages that work with the same cobol compiler. it provides access to numerous command-line tools for building, debugging, testing, and sharing cobol programs. cobol compiler does not replace a cobol programming environment; it is an integrated development environment that provides tools for the efficient development of cobol programs. the cobol compiler can be used for both compiled and interpreted cobol.
I’ve got a a PAUSE license – it’s very worth the money, especially as the charging is much less than for MS COBOL for Linux for Windows. I’ve yet to try it on a Windows machine, but my experience on Linux is very good. It’s easy to use, easy to get up and running, and easy to get the sort of results you require.
Actually the program is delivered as a set of UML diagrams ( http://www.netcobol.com/how-it-works/netcobol-diagrams- ). They take a bit of getting used to. You can create definitions in the NetCobol development environment, or right in your code. However, once you’ve started getting a bit used to them, the syntax isn’t really that onerous. You’re basically using standard constructs, so there isn’t too much learning involved, other than the learning of how to get things right.
First you need to be sure it is compatible. The usual licensing constraints apply. Secondly you want to use a recent version. Our standard list is always the latest version (at the time of writing that was 220.127.116.11). The usual advice applies, to make sure the document is well formed (don’t use the block-report button!) that there are no obvious syntax errors, and to let the code be compiled by a modern COBOL compiler. If any diagnostics are generated, make sure they are passed through and documented. Thirdly, you need to know what parts of the language you need to translate, and plan to do that.
This article from German Information Center for SAP was helpful when I had the question. Can’t speak for anyone else though – for some reason I can’t find the pdf on the NetCobol site. It was written by Wolfgang Ahrendt, a professional consultant who specializes in SAP applications.