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Wednesday, May 22 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Fun!(damental) and Fun!(ctional) Table-Driven Programming

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In table-driven programming, a programmer specifies program logic in an array (also known as a table) instead of coding procedural control statements. In this presentation, Ted Holt begins by contrasting procedural and table-driven programming. Next he walks through an example that demonstrates that table-driven programming can solve problems that procedural programming can’t. Finally, Ted illustrates the power of table-driven programming by sharing a utility he developed using table-driven techniques.

Learning Objectives:


1. Learn how table-driven programming differs from procedural programming.
2. Learn how to implement table-driven program in an RPG program.
3. Learn when table-driven programming is appropriate.

Speakers
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Ted Holt

Sr. Software Developer, Profound Logic Software
Ted Holt is the senior technical editor at The Four Hundred and editor of the former Four Hundred Guru newsletter at Guild Companies. Holt is Senior Software Developer with Profound Logic, a maker of application development tools for the IBM i platform, and contributes to the development... Read More →


Wednesday May 22, 2019 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Disneyland Tower North Ballroom B
  • Level All
  • AWARD Bronze
  • Operating System IBM i
  • Audience Programmers who attend this session will be exposed to new ideas and techniques that will augment their tool chests. Managers will be challenged to think of new ways to develop applications that support end users.

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