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Cobol to Java

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Hi,
i download and install Visual Cobol R4 to test and learn.

how i convert cobol to java (jvm) in Visual Cobol ?

Thanks.

Cláudio Miguel Müller

claudiomiguelmuller@hotmail.com

www.meugibi.com

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RE: Cobol to Java

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You can click on the link below to sign up for a free trial of Visual COBOL.

Visual COBOL Trials

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RE: Cobol to Java

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Can you please clarify your question?

If you are using the Visual COBOL for Eclipse product and are creating a COBOL JVM Project then the code that is generated by the compiler for your COBOL programs IS Java byte code, there is no COBOL to Java conversion.

What is it exactly that you are trying to do?

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RE: Cobol to Java

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I´m sorry.
I dont know that in Visual Cobol for Eclipse we are create cobol project to jvm.

where i download visual cobol for eclipse?

Thanks.

Cláudio Miguel Müller

claudiomiguelmuller@hotmail.com

www.meugibi.com

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RE: Cobol to Java

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You can click on the link below to sign up for a free trial of Visual COBOL.

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Thanks.
I dont see this.
Great.

Thanks.

Cláudio Miguel Müller

claudiomiguelmuller@hotmail.com

www.meugibi.com

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