CL and Programming Techniques

Course Code: AIM1


CL and Programming Techniques is a self-paced, multimedia course providing comprehensive, practical interactive training in advanced CL programming concepts and techniques.

Upon completion you'll be able to:

Send and receive messages to and from programs.
Reply to messages within CL programs and set up default replies to system and user messages.
Create message files and use them in CL programs.
Pass variable data to predefined messages.
Use data queues to pass data between programs.
Create commands with parameters.
Establish default values for command parameters and perform parameter validity checking.
Use outfiles to retrieve and process information about objects.
Create display file and program menus.
Perform file overrides.

Messages and Message Handling
Impromptu and Predefined Messages
Message Files
Replying to Messages
Substitution Variables
Program Messages
System Reply List
User-Defined Commands
Command Program Processor
Defining Commands
Validity Checkers
Simple and Mixed Lists
Qualifiers and Elements
Parameter Dependencies
Controlling Parameter Prompting
Data Queues
Transferring Data Between Programs
Creating Data Queues
Maintaining Data Queues
Display Files
Program-Driven Menus
Creating *MENU Objects
File Overrides
Invocation Levels
Redirecting Files
Overriding Attributes

Application programmers and systems analysts.
Workstation Operations
System Operations
Control Language Programming
Fifteen Audio CDs
Student Text
Interactive Media
Time Required
Approximately 15 Hours

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