Advanced algorithms by Khuller S.

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A program called a compiler accomplishes this translation, provided you have not violated any rules of RPG IV in writing your program. An i5/OS command, CRTRPGMOD (Create RPG Module), executes the RPG IV compiler. If syntax errors prevent the translation from being completed, the compiler provides you with a list of the syntax errors it encountered. All such errors need to be fixed before you can progress to the next stage of testing. If your program is free of syntax errors, the compiler creates a program module object.

Design the solution. Write/code the program. Compile and bind the program. Test and debug the program. Document the program. Maintain the program. The cycle starts with problem definition. It should be obvious that unless you understand the problem as described in the programming specifications, you have little chance of coming up with a correct solution. Once you understand the problem, you need to design a solution to the problem. Program design requires working out the process, or algorithm, to reach the solution to the problem before expressing it in a given programming language.

A second emerging trend was a growing interest in a database approach to data management. With a database approach, programmers define data independently of programs, using a database design tool, such as Structured Query Language (SQL). The files storing the data are rigorously designed and organized to minimize redundancy and to facilitate accessing data stored in separate files. Any program can use these database files without having to explicitly define the details of the data within the program itself.

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