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a book containing models of good penmanship

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Written in the copybook passed down to me, and over six months' time, they came back into the world with music I composed for them, and I sang them for the first time.
By entering only FILE and/or COPYBOOK names with the option of uploading a TXT file version of your copybooks, the Online COBOL Shell Program Generator creates a source code listing that includes the following:
A major data center easily might have a 500-page schema layout or COBOL copybooks with more than 200,000 lines.
CIOs and data analysts are beginning to realize they no longer need to manually analyze data and study COBOL copybooks and documentation to understand their source data prior to moving it to a new system.
ODO presents a major challenge to developers working on mainframe integration, because most integration solutions don't support ODO and REDEFINES, which are found in most copybooks, and require recoding or rewriting.
com Will Also Include Papers of the Constitutional Congress and Copybooks of George Washington's Correspondence
Metadata Management enhancements include support for XML Schema and COBOL copybooks, and more sophisticated data lineage capabilities required to assess the impact of changes from data elements to the software and business processes affected by them.
By offering a new metadata export path directly to the DDF metadata common to both CoSORT's SortCL data manipulation program and RowGen file synthesizer, MIMB users running major ETL, EII, BI and ERP tools -- as well as those with flat files defined in XML, Excel or COBOL Copybooks -- can automatically convert their pre-existing data descriptions for immediate use in SortCL (CoSORT) or RowGen applications.
In all, the project involved analysis of nearly 10 million lines of code that make up about 9,800 COBOL programs and 8,500 copybooks along with another 20,000 JCL and PROCs members, and around 1,000 IMS databases.