OO Programming with Object COBOL

Table of Contents


Part 1: Overview

Chapter 1: Introduction to Object COBOL
Chapter 2: Object COBOL Concepts

Part 2: Tutorials (Windows & OS/2)

Chapter 3: Object COBOL Tutorials (Windows & OS/2)
Chapter 4: Class Browser Tutorial (Windows & OS/2)
Chapter 5: Objects and Messages Tutorial (Windows & OS/2)
Chapter 6: Writing a Class Program Tutorial (Windows & OS/2)
Chapter 7: Inheritance Tutorial (Windows & OS/2)
Chapter 8: Collections, Intrinsics and Dictionaries Tutorial (Windows & OS/2)
Chapter 9: Exception Handling Tutorial (Windows & OS/2)
Chapter 10: Requirements-based Vocabulary Tutorial (Windows & OS/2)
Chapter 11: GUI Programming Tutorial (Windows & OS/2)

Part 3: Tutorials (UNIX)

Chapter 12: Object COBOL Tutorials (UNIX)
Chapter 13: Objects and Messages Tutorial (UNIX)
Chapter 14: Writing a Class Program Tutorial (UNIX)
Chapter 15: Inheritance Tutorial (UNIX)
Chapter 16: Collections, Intrinsics and Dictionaries Tutorial (UNIX)
Chapter 17: Exception Handling Tutorial (UNIX)
Chapter 18: Requirements-based Vocabulary Tutorial (UNIX)

Part 4: Object COBOL Programming

Chapter 19: Using Objects in Programs
Chapter 20: Class Programs
Chapter 21: Extending a Class
Chapter 22: Requirements-based Vocabulary
Chapter 23: Debugging Object COBOL Applications
Chapter 24: Using the Object Inspector (Windows NT & OS/2)
Chapter 25: Compiling and Shipping OO Applications

Part 5: Class Library Frameworks

Chapter 26: Introduction to the Class Library
Chapter 27: Collection Frameworks
Chapter 28: Intrinsic Data
Chapter 29: Callback Frameworks
Chapter 30: Exception Handling Frameworks
Chapter 31: GUI Class Frameworks (Windows & OS/2)
Chapter 32: Component Frameworks
Chapter 33: Persistence

Part 6: Object COBOL Domains Support

Chapter 34: Using Other Object Domains (32-bit)
Chapter 35: OLE Automation (Windows 95 & Windows NT)
Chapter 36: SOM (OS/2)

Part 7: Appendices and Glossary

Appendix A: Descriptions of OO Run-time Switches


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