The Modern RPG IV Language, Fourth Edition -- Chapter 13

"Web Programming Interfaces" covers all the new functions and facilities available in V5R4 RPG IVcovers all the new functions and facilities available in V5R4 RPG IV.


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Book description:

In this fourth edition of The Modern RPG IV Language, internationally recognized RPG expert Bob Cozzi takes his classic best seller to a whole new level. Close to 700 pages, this edition covers all the new functions and facilities available in V5R4 RPG IV while keeping the straighforward, no-nonsense style that has kept this book on the best seller list for almost 20 years. This new edition is guaranteed to keep Bob Cozzi as the leading expert on RPG, and his book the one turned to by countless developers worldwide.

What's new in this edition?

  • Free-format syntax, including an entire chapter on this highly popular subject
  • Free-format examples throughout the book
  • Expanded information on subprocedures
  • XML support, including new BIFs and op codes
  • Web programming with RPG, including CGI APIs and URL encoding
  • Updated and revised content throughout the book to cover i5/OS V5R4

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  • This was first published in July 2006

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