- 4 hours
The Integrated Language Environment course explains the concepts, structure, and benefits of the Integrated Language Environment (ILE). It describes how the iSeries enables the use of different programming languages, and how programs can be linked together into one optimized program by using ILE.
Personnel requiring knowledge of the Integrated Language Environment (ILE); this course covers ILE concepts, coding and designing ILE programs, and ILE language enhancements.
Knowledge of programming concepts and the OS/400 operating system.
After completing this course, the student will be able to:
- Identify the benefits and evolution of ILE
- Define the design aspects of ILE, including the structure and characteristics of an ILE program
- Identify changes to the ILE compilers
What is ILE?
History of ILE
Characteristics of Procedure Based Languages
Structure and Characteristics of an ILE Program
Calls to Programs and Procedures
Changes to the ILE Compilers
Indicators as Data Structures
Elimination of I/O Indicators
Compiler Options in H Spec
Variable Length Character Variables
Other Minor Changes