Programming Languages for Business Problem Solving

Programming Languages for Business Problem Solving

By: Hai Wang (author), Shouhong Wang (author)Hardback

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It has become crucial for managers to be computer literate in today's business environment. It is also important that those entering the field acquire the fundamental theories of information systems, the essential practical skills in computer applications, and the desire for life-long learning in information technology. Programming Languages for Business Problem Solving presents a working knowledge of the major programming languages, including COBOL, C++, Java, HTML, JavaScript, VB.NET, VBA, ASP.NET, Perl, PHP, XML, and SQL, used in the current business computing environment. The book examines the concepts shared by these languages and details the unique features of each. It also focuses on various programming techniques, including structured, object-oriented, client-side and server-side programming, as well as graphical user-interface and multi-media processing. Self-contained, the book provides hands-on examples, self-review questions, project requirements, report formats, and operational manuals of programming environments for use by both MIS students and professionals.

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University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Contents

COBOL AND FILE PROCESSING Introduction to COBOL Legacy Information Systems A General Structure of COBOL-Four Divisions COBOL Words COBOL Program Format-Positioning, Spacing, and Punctuation Typical Examples of COBOL Programs The Computing Context of COBOL Programming Use 3GL Debugging Design and Documentation of 3GL Programming The Differences between 3GL and 4GL Self-Review Exercise APPENDIX 1.1 Commonly Used COBOL Reserved Words APPENDIX 1.2 Instructions of Using COBOL on Mainframe APPENDIX 1.3 A Guideline for COBOL Project Report AU6264 C000.indd C++ AND OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming A Tour of C Language Functional Approach Object-Oriented Approach An Example of C++ Program with One Object Class An Example of C++ Program with Two Object Classes An Example of C++ Program with Multiple Classes and Inheritance Identify Classes for OOP Projects Debugging Self-Review Exercise Appendix 2.1 Commonly Used C and C++ Keywords Appendix 2.2 Instructions for Using C++ on Mainframe Appendix 2.3 A Guideline for C++ Project Report AU6264 C000.indd HTML, JAVASCRIPT, AND WEB PAGES Introduction to World Wide Web and the Internet Creating Web Pages Using HTML Simple Container Tags Empty Tags Complex Container Tags Publish the Web Page and Create Web Pages without Writing HTML Introduction to JavaScript Typical Examples of JavaScript Debugging Source Codes of Web Pages Self-Review Exercise Appendix 3.1 HTML Tag List Appendix 3.2 JavaScript Reserved Words and Other Keywords Appendix 3.3 A Guideline for Web Page Project Report JAVA AND COMPUTING ON THE INTERNET Web-Based Computing Web Servers with Java-Style Introduction to Java Applets Run a Java Applet Within a Web Page Java Applet Programming Examples of Java Applets Java Applications (Free-Standing Java Programs) Java Servlets An Example of Web-Based Business Application Using Java Servlets Databases Connection and the Use of SQL Typical Scheme of Web-Based Business Applications Debugging Java Programs Self-Review Exercise Appendix 4.1 Set up Java Platform for JDK and Java Servlets on Computer with Windows Operating System Appendix 4.2 Use WS-FTP to Upload and Download Files Appendix 4.3 A Guideline for Web Page Integrating Appendix 4.4 A Guideline for Server-Side Programming (Java Servlet) Project Report VISUAL BASIC AND GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE Graphical User Interface The VB.NET Environment Event-Driven Programs and Brief Overview of VB.NET A Single-Form VB.NET Project A VB.NET Project with Multiple Forms Programming with VB.NET Debugging Self-Review Exercise Appendix 5.1 A Guideline for VB.NET Project Report VISUAL BASIC FOR APPLICATIONS AND DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS Concepts of Decision Support Systems Macro A DSS Example of VBA Macro Code of the Example Analyzing Code of VBA and Other Features of VBA Self-Review Exercise PERL AND CGI FOR WEB-BASED APPLICATIONS Web-Based Applications CGI and CGI Programming Introduction to Perl Test Perl on the Server Perl Programming Debugging A Framework of CGI Implemented Web-Based Applications for Electronic Commerce Self-Review Exercise Appendix 7.1 Installation of ActivePerl on the Server with the Windows Platform Appendix 7.2 A Guideline for Server-Side Programming (Perl) Project Report AU6264 C000.indd PHP FOR WEB-BASED APPLICATIONS Introduction to PHP The Structure of a PHP Script Web Page to Trigger PHP Read Data Files from the Server Write Data Files to the Server and fputs() Relay Data through Multiple Forms Using Hidden Fields Debugging Self-Review Exercise Appendix 8.1 A Guideline for Server-Side Programming (PHP) Project Report ASP.NET FOR WEB-BASED APPLICATIONS Introduction to ASP.NET The Structure of an ASP.NET Program HTML Controls vs. Web Controls HTML Controls Web Controls Validation Controls The Code-Behind Programming Framework ASP.NET Web Page Application Examples Debugging Self-Review Exercise Appendix 9.1 Install IIS for ASP.NET Appendix 9.2 A Guideline for Server-Side Programming (ASP.NET) Project Report XML AND THE UNIFORM DATA FORMAT FOR THE INTERNET Introduction to XML Simplest Examples of XML Document Type Definition and Validation XML Schemas Business Applications of XML XHTML eXtensible Business Reporting Language Self-Review Exercise Appendix 10.1 A Guideline for XML Project Report AU6264 C000.indd SQL FOR DATABASE QUERY Introduction to SQL View SQL of a Query Created in Access Write and Run SQL in Access Major Features of SQL-SELECT Sub-Query Other SQL Features SQL in Web Applications Self-Review Exercise Appendix 11.1 A Guideline for SQL Project Report SIX KEY CONCEPTS SHARED BY ALL PROCEDURAL PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES INDEX

Product Details

  • publication date: 22/11/2007
  • ISBN13: 9781420062649
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 384
  • ID: 9781420062649
  • weight: 816
  • ISBN10: 1420062646

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