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Introduction to the New Mainframe: IBM z/VSE Basics by Martin Walbruehl, Joerg Schmidbauer, Ingolf Salm, Bill Ogden, Wayne O'Brien, Wilhelm Mild, Marco Kroll, Jerry Johnston, Helmut Hellner, Hans Joachim Ebert, Wolfgang Bosch, Mike Ebbers

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Compiling and link-editing a program on IBM z/VSE
 
Objective: As your company’s newest IBM z/VSE application programmer, you are asked to create new programs to run on z/VSE. Doing so requires you to know how to compile, link, and run a program.
After completing this chapter, you will be able to perform the following activities:
Explain the purpose of a compiler.
Compile a source program.
Create executable code from a compiled program.
Explain the difference between an object deck and a phase.
Run a program on z/VSE.
10.1 Source modules, ...

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