Designed to help newcomers to the TSO/ISPF environment quickly become proficient at creating and editing programs, submitting jobs, and seeing the results. First five chapters provide rapid familiarization with the unique aspects of the IBM terminal device family, logging on and off, the ISPF main menu, and the initial set-up often needed for new accounts. This part of the book can be assimilated in a few hours. Latter five chapters are arranged with examples of the most common way ISO/ISPF is used: for composition of program language code, and composition and submission of job control language to process it. The reader can progress through these chapters performing these processes hands-on, in a self-paced tutorial manner. Reference charts and examples depict a natural flow of the job editing and job submission work.
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