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         Rexx Programming:     more books (37)
  1. The REXX Language: A Practical Approach to Programing (2nd Edition) by Michail Cowlishaw, 1990-03-02
  2. Modern Programming Using Rexx by Robert P. O'Hara, David Roos Gomberg, 1988-02
  3. The Rexx Handbook (J Ranade Ibm Series) by Gabriel Goldberg, Philip H. Smith, 1992-02
  4. Programming in REXX by Charles Daney, 1990
  5. Object-Oriented Programming With Rexx by Tom Ender, 1997-01
  6. Rexx Programmer's Reference (Programmer to Programmer) by Howard Fosdick, 2005-03-11
  7. Rexx in the Tso Environment (The Qed Ibm Mainframe Series) by Gabriel F. Gargiulo, 1993-02
  8. Rexx: Advanced Techniques for Programmers (J Ranade Ibm Series) by Peter C. Kiesel, 1992-09
  9. Application Development Using Os/2 Rexx by Anthony S. Rudd, 1994-02
  10. Practical Usage of Rexx (Ellis Horwood Series in Computers and Their Applications) by Anthony S. Rudd, 1991-01
  11. Writing Os/2 Rexx Programs/Book and Disk (Ibm Mcgraw-Hill Series) by Ronny Richardson, 1994-06
  12. Ispf/Rexx Development for Experienced Programmers/Book and Disk by Lou Marco, 1995-03
  13. Os/2 2.1 Rexx Handbook: Basics, Applications, and Tips (V N R Computer Library) by Hallett German, 1994-01
  14. Writing Vx-Rexx Programs/Book and Cd-Rom by Ronny Richardson, 1995-01

1. REXX Programming
This topic contains information that you might find helpful when you use REXX™ sockets.
http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/zos/v1r10/topic/com.ibm.zos.r10.hala001
Previous topic Next topic Contents Index ... PDF
REXX programming hints and tips
z/OS V1R10.0 Communications Server IP Sockets Application Programming Interface Guide and Reference
Capitalization Throughout the documentation, REXX socket API commands and constants are capitalized when they are used in descriptive text. For example, the LISTEN command places a socket descriptor in passive mode. Quotation marks Throughout the documentation, REXX socket API commands and constants are enclosed in quotation marks (") when they are used in code examples, for example, src = socket("ACCEPT",sockfd); Although the use of quotation marks is optional, consider using quotation marks to prevent programming errors. Using quotation marks forces the socket function to use string literals rather than REXX variables. When REXX encounters an uninitialized variable, it initializes that variable with the name of the variable. The command socket(ACCEPT, sockid is valid because the uninitialized variable ACCEPT is initialized to the character string ACCEPT. However, if the program initializes the ACCEPT variable with a value other than the character string ACCEPT, the socket function fails. Guideline: Unless otherwise indicated by a specific socket command, all socket commands and constant values must be passed as character strings.

2. REXX Programming Language - Definition
REXX (Restructured Extended Executor) is a programming language which was developed at IBM, and several implementations are available under open source licenses.
http://www.wordiq.com/definition/REXX_programming_language
REXX programming language - Definition
REXX (Restructured Extended Executor) is a programming language which was developed at IBM , and several implementations are available under open source licenses. It is a structured high-level programming language which was designed to be both easy to learn and easy to read. Both commercial and open source Interpreters for REXX are available on a wide range of computing platforms, and compilers are available for IBM mainframes. Contents showTocToggle("show","hide") 1 Features
2 History

3 Syntax

3.1 Looping
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9 External links
Features
REXX has the following characteristics and features:
  • character string basis dynamic data typing (no declarations) no reserved keywords (except in local context) arbitrary numerical precision decimal arithmetic ( floating-point a rich selection of built-in functions (especially string and word processing) automatic storage management crash protection content-addressable data structures straightforward access to system commands and facilities simple error-handling, and built-in tracing and debugger

3. REXX Programming Language - Discussion And Encyclopedia Article. Who Is REXX Pro
REXX programming language. Discussion about REXX programming language. Ecyclopedia or dictionary article about REXX programming language.
http://www.knowledgerush.com/kr/encyclopedia/REXX_programming_language/

4. REXX REXX Programming I Training Available Online E-learning
REXX Programming I from Serebra Learning Corporation in Vancouver BC keywords Training, Certification, SelfHelp and Career Training
http://www.training-classes.com/programs/00/29/2933_rexx_programming_i.php

5. REXX - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Vladimir Zabrodsky's An Introduction to the Rexx Programming Language; PLEACREXX Programming Language Examples Alike Cookbook for REXX; Tips tricks 3.60 by Bernd Schemmer (OS/2 INF
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/REXX
REXX
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search REXX Paradigm multiparadigm object-oriented procedural ... structured Appeared in Designed by Mike Cowlishaw Developer IBM Stable release ... dynamic , everything is a string (ClassicREXX) or object (ObjectRexx) Major implementations VM/SP and later, TSO/E V2 and later, IBM NetREXX Open Object Rexx Regina , others Dialects Object Rexx Open Object Rexx NetRexx Influenced by PL/I EXEC 2 BASIC REXX (REstructured eXtended eXecutor) is an interpreted programming language that was developed at IBM . It is a structured high-level programming language that was designed to be both easy to learn and easy to read. Both proprietary and open source interpreters for REXX are available on a wide range of computing platforms, and compilers are available for IBM mainframes. Rexx is widely used as a glue language macro language, and is often used for processing data and text and generating reports; these similarities with Perl mean that Rexx works well in CGI programming and it is indeed used for this purpose. Rexx is also used as an internal macro language in some software including the ZOC terminal emulator. Additionally, the Rexx language can be used for scripting and macros in any programme which uses Windows Scripting Host ActiveX scripting engines languages (e.g. VBScript and JScript) if one of the Rexx engines (see below) are installed.

6. OS/390 REXX Programming Fundamentals
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Designing and Implementing Desktop Applications using Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 (70-176) Introduction MVS Concepts and Facilities MVS JCL Introduction MVS JCL Intermediate ... Introduction to ISPF OS/390 TSO/E REXX Programming This course discusses the background, structure, distinguishing characteristics, and major uses of the REXX language. It presents REXX strengths, features, versions, platforms and applications. It examines the structural units of REXX, from individual characters to complete programs, and discusses REXX program execution in different environments. Learn the basic components of the REXX language and its character groups. Become familiar with SAA and ANSI standards, and platforms that REXX supports. The course covers the assignment of variables and their use in REXX arithmetic and logical expressions. Learn about the operators accepted by REXX and about the priorities REXX uses in evaluating arithmetic and logical expressions.

7. Rexx/Wrapper
Build executable program from Rexx programs.
http://rexxwrapper.sourceforge.net/
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Rexx/Wrapper
Overview
Rexx/Wrapper is a tool that wraps Rexx source or tokenised code into an executable.
The Rexx source code can be optionally compressed and encoded to ensure that the original Rexx code cannot be viewed (unless you have the original encryption key).
To use Rexx/Wrapper you need two extra bits of software:
  • A supported Rexx interpreter A supported C compiler
  • See the Rexx/Wrapper documentation for further details.
    Support
    With Rexx/Wrapper on SourceForge, support resources for Rexx/Wrapper . such as mailing lists, discussion forums, bug reporting and feature requests are available. Rexx/Wrapper is freeware, distributed under the GNU General Public License
    Not a Compiler
    Rexx/Wrapper is not a compiler. It does not compile the Rexx code into native machine code; the Rexx code is still interpreted by a Rexx interpreter. Mark Hessling mark@rexx.org

    8. Rexx Tutorial
    Ltd. Published in 1990 by PrenticeHall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey 07632. ISBN 0-13-780651-5 Note this book is commonly referenced within the Rexx programming
    http://www.kilowattsoftware.com/tutorial/rexx/
    Kilowatt Software L.L.C. Classic Rexx Tutorial Language Level 4.00 (TRL-2)
    Index
    This is an introductory tutorial to the Rexx programming language. The following links are organized to introduce concepts for new Rexx programmers. Proceed down the columns and then to the right. Advanced programmers can reference a specific link, as necessary. Hint: you can use the Tab key to sequence through the links.
    Introduction:
    This tutorial describes classic features of the Rexx language. The intent of the tutorial is to enable you to become a proficient Rexx program developer, without any initial expense. The tutorial is not a document of a specific Rexx implementation. Many implementation-specific considerations are highlighted within the tutorial. Rexx is a programming language that was developed over a ten year period, with extensive personal effort by IBM's Michael Cowlishaw Click here to review the background history of the Rexx language.

    9. Jax RCFB Rexx Programming Language Page
    Rexx links. Please read all disclaimers on http//www.well.com/~jax/rcfb
    http://www.well.com/~jax/rcfb/rexx.html
    RCFB Top Page
    Jax RCFB Rexx Programming Language Page
    Inclusion of any links or software on any RCFB page doesn't mean we endorse or even have used any of this stuff, unless stated otherwise explicitly. This page is designed to be browsable using a text-mode browser
    Downloads
    As with all free software on the RCFB, there is No Warranty and No Guarantee on these free downloads.
    FTPBATCH.CMD
    Allows you to script FTP transfers using OS/2's RxFTP API.
    POPD.CMD
    Pops current directory from directory stack. Get PUSHD.CMD, too. OS/2 only at present.
    PUSHD.CMD
    Pushes current directory to directory stack and changes directory. Get POPD.CMD, too. OS/2 only at present.
    QREXSRC.RXSH
    A miminal interactive shell in Rexx used on the AS/400. Updated 2000-07-28.
    STEMITER.CMD
    Iterate with DO over key/value stem elements in classic Rexx.
    Rexx Resources on the Net
    Resources are listed alphabetically. For pages named after their proprietors, the alphabetization is by surname
    • Dennis Bareis 's Home Page offers very sophisticated Rexx code samples, also general free/shareware OS/2 and microcomputer software and other downloadables. allows Open ObjectRexx to access and script Java classes.

    10. GWP REXX
    Various Rexx programs.
    http://perrymtn.com/filelist.htm
    My REXX Programs
    I have found these REXX routines to be useful, some more than others. Take whatever appears useful. These were written for Quercus System's Personal Rexx For Windows . Some are conversions to Rexx of programs by other people.
    alsq.rexx
    Does a least squares fit. Based on a Fortran routine from Oak Ridge National Lab.
    bbqsort.rex
    Bare-bones quick sort.
    buildhtm.rex checkhtm.rex
    Used with buildhtm.rex and extrahtm.rex to check the format of the file filelist.htm.
    chekmult.rex
    Counts the number of times each blank-delimited word appears in a file. Faster than wcount.rex
    chkcol.rex
    Checks tabular text files for consistent column boundaries. This is useful when imported tabular text files into Excel or Access.
    combsort.rex
    Performs a sort using the COMBSORT method. I first saw this in Byte magazine in Pascal. This is a relatively simple, relatively fast sort algorithm.
    combstem.rex
    Demonstrates how to use combsort.rex with the stem specified externally.
    csort2.rex
    For sorting one array, and rearranging another array based on the order of the first array. Uses the COMBSORT algorithm.
    day.rex

    11. Rexx
    Rexx reference tutorial, with Object Rexx and NetRexx
    http://rexxinfo.org/
    -Rexx- C) 2005/6/7/8/9/2010 (not an ad) This site
    (C) 2005/6/7/8/9/2010 RexxInfo.org for Rexx information
    updated for April 2010 New to Rexx? See the FAQs tutorials testimonials , and articles Download Rexx and sample code Experienced? Use the reference section, the online manuals and how-tos Download free tools Rexx is a free scripting language famous for combining ease of use with power Rexx . . .
    • Runs on all platforms from handhelds to PCs to servers to mainframes
        So your skills apply everywhere And your code runs anywhere
      Its as easy as Basic
        Yet about as powerful as Perl
      6 free procedural interpreters are available
        Plus 2 free object-oriented versions And one free Java-compatible version
      Rexx interfaces to GUIs, databases, web servers, almost anything
        Because thousands of free tools are available And it can function as a macro language and an embedded language
      It has a large vibrant world-wide community
        With active forums in several spoken languages And an international users group
      Rexx can be used for almost any kind of application, system, or product. Here are just a few examples of various applications written in Rexx

    12. Rexx Programming
    Introduction to Rexx ProgrammingProgramming is mainly about logical thinking, and the aim of this part of the module is to introduce you to the disciplines involved in doing it.
    http://www.docstoc.com/docs/17831452/Rexx-Programming

    13. Archives Of REXXLIST@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU, LISTSERV At The University Of Georgia
    REXX programming discussion list, archives and subscription.
    http://listserv.uga.edu/archives/rexxlist.html
    Archives of REXXLIST@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU
    REXX Programming discussion list

    14. A Beginner's Guide To The REXX Programming Language On Z/OS | Mainframe | IBM Sy
    Reading and Writing Files in the REXX programming language on z/OS.
    http://www.ibmsystemsmag.com/mainframe/septemberoctober08/tipstechniques/21720p1

    15. Rexx Programming Language Statistics - Ohloh
    Rexx Programming Language Statistics. Earliest usage tracked by Ohloh March 1996
    http://www.ohloh.net/languages/24
    Tools
    Tools Languages
    Rexx Programming Language Statistics
    Earliest usage tracked by Ohloh: March 1996
    Rexx
    Total Lines Code Comments Blanks Projects Contributors Commits
    Most Experienced Contributors
    Accounts with the most overall experience in Rexx, as measured by Ohloh. 1. mmiesfeld 2. Fats 3. Thomas Aglassinger 4. rexx 6. Andy Spencer 7. Stefan Haubenthal 8. David F. Skoll 9. Jens Langner 10. Matthias Rustler 11. Rick McGuire 12. wycats 13. Robin Luckey 14. Matt Zumwalt 15. Jeremy Kemper 16. parolkar 17. Matt Aimonetti 18. SkyLanceR 19. FabioA 20. NicJA (Kalamatee) 21. mausle 22. Michael DeHaan 23. rkh 24. cail
    Recently Active Contributors
    Accounts with the most commits in Rexx between Sep 2010 and Nov 2010 as measured by Ohloh. 1. mmiesfeld

    16. Jax RCFB Rexx Programming Language Page
    Rexx links and a few downloads.
    http://www.well.com/user/jax/rcfb/rexx.html
    RCFB Top Page
    Jax RCFB Rexx Programming Language Page
    Inclusion of any links or software on any RCFB page doesn't mean we endorse or even have used any of this stuff, unless stated otherwise explicitly. This page is designed to be browsable using a text-mode browser
    Downloads
    As with all free software on the RCFB, there is No Warranty and No Guarantee on these free downloads.
    FTPBATCH.CMD
    Allows you to script FTP transfers using OS/2's RxFTP API.
    POPD.CMD
    Pops current directory from directory stack. Get PUSHD.CMD, too. OS/2 only at present.
    PUSHD.CMD
    Pushes current directory to directory stack and changes directory. Get POPD.CMD, too. OS/2 only at present.
    QREXSRC.RXSH
    A miminal interactive shell in Rexx used on the AS/400. Updated 2000-07-28.
    STEMITER.CMD
    Iterate with DO over key/value stem elements in classic Rexx.
    Rexx Resources on the Net
    Resources are listed alphabetically. For pages named after their proprietors, the alphabetization is by surname
    • Dennis Bareis 's Home Page offers very sophisticated Rexx code samples, also general free/shareware OS/2 and microcomputer software and other downloadables. allows Open ObjectRexx to access and script Java classes.

    17. IBM - IBM REXX Family - Family Overview
    REXX programming language, makes programming easy, makes writing simple and as enjoyable as possible
    http://www.ibm.com/software/awdtools/rexx/
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    IBM REXX Family
    Why IBM REXX
    IBM REXX makes programming easier and simpler. It is the language of choice for the experienced professional and for the beginning programmer. 
    What we offer
    Select a product
    pulldowncode Select a product Compiler and Library for REXX on zSeries REXX for VSE REXX for CICS
    Products
    Compiler and Library for REXX on zSeries
    The Compiler for REXX on zSeries is a high-level language compiler that provides significant benefits during program development and when running the program.
    REXX for VSE
    REXX/VSE specifically provides in addition to the standard kernel VSE dependant commands and functions that enable REXX to be used for all kinds of system management purposes.
    REXX for CICS
    With REXX for CICS, it is now practical to perform end-user computing, prototyping and application development directly within the CICS environment.
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    18. Ec Pc Computer Services Llc - Palatine,Il - MVS RexX Programming
    Learn how to code in MVS Rexx programming language, here are some example of MVS Rexx programming.
    http://ecpccs.com/rexx/rexx_1.html

    REstructed eXtended eXecutor (REXX) RexX Programming Langauge
    The Rexx Programming examples are to help one understand how to use different syntax for Mainframe MVS Rexx programming. Some of the examples may use TSO Rexx functions and / or AF Operator functions. We try to take it a step further and give Rexx coding examples.
    Use at your own risk . Neither Ec Pc Computer Services Llc, Ed Schmoeller, nor other contributing organizations or individuals accept any liability of any kind whatsoever arising out of the use of these files. You are free to use and modify these files as you desire, however, the author does ask that you leave his name in the files and give credit to him as the original programmer. How to read a DSN Member using EXECIO DISKR: Read DSN Member example Notepad TXT Internal Array table sample: Internal Array Table sample Notepad TXT Servicing Chicago Illinois Northwest Suburbs including many satisfied customers in: Arlington Heights, Barrington, Buffalo Grove, Chicago, Deer Park, Des Plaines, Elk Grove Village, Hoffman Estates, Inverness, Lake Zurich, Mount Prospect, Palatine, Rolling Meadows, Roselle, Rosemont, and Schaumburg. Home About Us Computer Tips Computer Vendors ... RexX

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    19. TinyVM: NetRexx For Lego RCX
    How to run NetRexx programs in the Lego Mindstorms RCX.
    http://tinyvm.sourceforge.net/netrexx.html
    TinyVM: NetRexx for Lego RCX
    This page describes how to run NetRexx programs in the Lego Mindstorms TM RCX, which is part of Lego's Robotics Invention System. This is achieved with the help of the TinyVM system.
    Requirements
    • This has been tested on CygWin with JDK 1.2.2 and TinyVM 0.2.1. Other setups should also work.
    • Same requirements as TinyVM. See User's Guide
    Setup
    Example
    Follow these instructions to run a simple program that continuously displays the raw value of sensor 2.
    • Download the firmware, if you haven't done so yet, with tvmfirmdl
    • Copy the following NetRexx program into a file named sensors.nrx
    • Set CLASSPATH to . (dot).
    • Compile sensors.nrx with your NetRexx compilation script.
    • Download program with tvmld sensors -d
    • You can press Run as soon as the standing man figure appears.
    Limitations
    In addition to TinyVM's limitations, you won't be able to use all of the NetRexx constructs, e.g. the say command. In most cases, the linker will complain if you try to use these constructs.

    20. Advanced REXX Programming
    Paper on advanced REXX programming. In May, 1994 Quercus Systems' Personal REXX developer Charles Daney wrote a paper on advanced REXX programming for presentation at the 1st
    http://www.quercus-sys.com/advrexx.htm
    Paper on advanced REXX programming
    In May, 1994 Quercus Systems' Personal REXX developer Charles Daney wrote a paper on advanced REXX programming for presentation at the 1st Annual OS/2 World Conference in 1994, sponsored by Miller-Freeman. The paper was reprinted in the proceedings of the conference. Since the paper may be of interest to a much wider audience than those who attended the conference and received the proceedings, we are making it available here for download. The paper deals primarily with two topics. The first is how to structure data internally in a REXX program using various techniques for handling REXX compound variables, with special emphasis on using native REXX facilities for handling database-like applications without the use of an external database manager. Some of the subtopics covered include:
    • how REXX allows structuring of data
    • general explanation of REXX compound variables
    • a detailed case study of managing a book database in REXX
    • Quercus Systems' REXXLIB functions that facilitate working with compound variables
    The second main topic is how to structure REXX programs themselves into multiple files in order to realize the advantages of modularity. This includes the use of interprocess communication techniques for coordination among a group of REXX programs running as separate processes under OS/2.

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