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Getting Started with MicroFocus Personal COBOL for Windows (Computer Science) Paperback – 25 Jul 1997


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4.0 out of 5 stars Nothing is ever perfect 31 Aug. 2000
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This book is a good beginners guide to how to use this older version of Cobol. I have used it in the past and it seems to explain how to do the most of the functions that I needed to do. However, the software that it describes in the book only runs well on a Windows 3.1x machine and not well on anything newer than that. But the book does do a good job of explaining the software.
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