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Visual COBOL and COBOL for .NET Language Introduction

Visual COBOL and COBOL for .NET Language Introduction

Visual COBOL and COBOL for .NET Language Introduction

Visual COBOL Demo Sample Application files

The Visual COBOL product family offers a high level introduction into the COBOL for .NET programming language and using Visual COBOL in the Visual Studio IDE.

This provides provides a look into Visual COBOL concepts and features, and how existing code can be migrated to take full advantage of COBOL for .NET. To open the document, click on the Visual COBOL and COBOL for .NET Language Introduction link and open it using Acrobat Reader.

Download the attached demonstration application files from the Visual COBOL Demo Sample Application files link to a location where it be accessed using Visual COBOL R3. Then open the application's solution in Visual COBOL. The demonstration application includes code that helps you walk through the material in the introduction.

As always, we are keen to get any feedback that would help improve this document. Let us know what you would like to see in the Visual COBOL and COBOL for .NET Language Introduction!

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