Volume3 - Chapter One: Constants, Variables, and Data Types...

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V olume Thr ee: Basic Assembly Language Chapter One: Constants, Variables, and Data Types How to declare objects in HLA. Chapter Two: Character Strings A discussion of HLA’s character string representation and an introduction to string routines in the HLA Stan- dard Library. Chapter Three: Characters and Character Sets A discussion of characters and the operations on them plus character sets and HLA’s representation of charac- ter sets. Chapter Four: Arrays How to declare and access elements of arrays. Chapter Five: Records, Unions, and Namespaces How to declare records (structures) and how to access the fields within those records. Chapter Six: Dates and Times Dates and Times are two important data types whose importance was underscored by the Y2K problem. This chapter discusses how to properly implement these data types. Chapter Seven: File I/O Maintaining persistent information (across executions) within your programs. Chapter Eight:
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Volume3 - Chapter One: Constants, Variables, and Data Types...

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