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What is RM/COBOL?
COBOL is known as an acronym which stands for Common Business-Oriented Language. It is a compilation of computer programming languages suited for business use. This program is procedural, imperative, and object-oriented as well. This program was first made in 1959 by the Conference on Data Systems Languages (CODASYL). It was also based after their past programming language design work. COBOL is mainly used in finance, business, and administrative systems for governments and companies. It was also one of the first programming languages that got standardized. The very first COBOL standard was issued by ANSI in 1998, and has been revised over four times.
RM/COBOL serves 100% of their sources, objects, and data file probabilities. This makes the software the industry standard COBOL compiler for making portable yet commercial applications. RM/COBOL also offers a platform to integrate and modernize COBOL applications. Core business applications are spread across the enterprise, since RM/COBOL separates the logic layers and the presentations of existing applications. This means that various interface technologies are able to access the similar types of applications and data.
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