COBOL 400 Assessment

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COBOL is an acronym for Common Business Oriented Language. Developed in the late 1950s and early 1960s, COBOL is the second-oldest high-level programming language (FORTRAN is the oldest). It is particularly popular for business applications that run on large computers. Although disparaged by many programmers for being outdated, COBOL is still one of the most widely used programming languages in the world. This assessment is geared toward COBOL 400 and is appropriate to administer to COBOL programmers.

Assessments for COBOL II and COBOL for Year 2000 Programmers are also available.

Number of questions 47
Test format Multiple-Choice
Time to complete Varies by skill
Topics covered AS/400
Computing
Data
Files and Data
Processing Files
Processing Statements
Programming
Reports
Structured Programs
Using IF and EVALUATE Statements
Tasks tested Advancing Lines
Assessing Reasonableness
Coding Sections
Coding to Call From Another Program
Comparing Fields
Creating a Keyed File
Defining Data
Defining Fields
Defining Files
Defining Printer Files
Determining Valid Instructions
Distinguishing AS/400 From Other Computer Systems
Editing
Executing a Module
Executing Operation
Finding Read/Write Errors
Including Prewritten Entries
Interpreting a Flowchart
Introducing COBOL
Joining Files
Outlaying Capital
Overview of the Divisions
Printing Headings
Processing Data
Processing Individual Input Records
Rounding
Specifying a Packed Field
Specifying a RELATIVE KEY Clause
Test Keys
Understanding Divisions
Updating Statements
Using a Control Break
Using Counter
Using Libraries
Using Name-In and Name-Out
Using PERFORM and PROCESS
Using Several IF Statements
Using Structured Programs
Using the Coding Sheet
Using the COMPUTE Statement
Using the NAME-FIELD Statement
Using the Proper Record
Using the VALUE Clause
Using TOTAL-OUT
Writing an Interactive Application
Supported languages ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ English (en_US)