- 1 hour
This course provides the user with a broad overview of C/C++ programming in the z/OS environment, providing examples of the types of z/OS subsystems that C/C++ programs can be used to interact with.
Use of the IBM XL C/C++ compiler, and the role of the Binder are discussed when explaining how executable modules are created.
The final section of this course discusses a number of z/OS features that a C/C++ programmer needs to be aware of when coding for the z/OS environment.
C/C++ programmers responsible for designing and coding applications to be run in a z/OS environment.
A programming background in C/C++.
After completing this course, the student should be able to describe:
- How C/C++ Programs are Compiled and Bound in a z/OS Environment
- The Features Specifically Designed for C/C++ Programs on z/OS
IBM XL C/C++ Compiler
C/C++ Program Use in a z/OS Environment
z/OS Language Environment
Compiling Process and Options
Creating an Executable Module
z/OS Features Specific to C/C++ Programs