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Please Keep In Mind… When reading this, please only use the program examples for exact syntax. While I have tried to make all the program statements correct, they have not been compiled. There are sample programs throughout that you can review, remembering Free Advice 3.
If you find code you like or want to modify, cut and paste it to a TSO screen. In between, each program has all the elements found in any language: It presents the most basic elements of the language, and includes input, logic, and output.
It's pretty much self-documenting and does not have a lot of wasted text. There are coding examples plus some insight on good and bad usage. Again, the ordering of topics and lack of explanation of basic concepts such as opening files assumes an experienced reader.
If you don't know: Column 1 is reserved for printer control. Preprocessor statements are covered under Preprocessor Options. In general, the compiler can figure out the reserved words from your usage, but avoid using reserved words as variable names.
Syntax Rules Here are a few syntax rules you should be aware of: The programmer who maintains the code may know where you live. A program's style and visual appearance are important.
No matter how perfect it is, someone will change it or throw it away.
Balance clarity, brevity, and performance in your work White Space…or Not Some programmers like to have a lot of white space in their program's source listing.
Others, like me, try to keep logical blocks to a size that fits on a screen. I will do things that appall the white space programmers. My reason is simple: The fewer instructions I write, and the less white space I leave, the easier it is to follow the one-screen rule.
You are not paid by the line, how fast the program runs, or any other single measurement. A number of different programming styles are illustrated in this manual.
Try to take the best of each. Often more than one statement is placed on a single line, to make reading faster. This was not done as a style endorsement. Moderation and common sense will never get you in trouble. Data Definition Data definitions can be explicit or implicit:Answer key UPSC Prelims Insights on India's answer key for UPSC civil services prelims is considered as more authentic and dependable.
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