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COBOL .NET is a compiler that allows you to run COBOL applications on a CLR back-end. Here you may find COBOL .NET related articles and news.

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  • Rick Malek

    Calling Managed COBOL From Unmanaged COBOL With Micro Focus Visual COBOL

    In this article you will learn about calling managed COBOL from un-managed COBOL with Micro Focus Visual COBOL.
    Rick Malek Feb 13, 2016
  • Rick Malek

    Printing Duplex In Micro Focus Visual COBOL For .NET

    In this article you will learn how to print Duplex in Micro Focus Visual COBOL for .NET.
    Rick Malek Jan 27, 2016
  • Rick Malek

    Adding Cultural Information To The DateTimePicker In Micro Focus Visual COBOL For .NET

    In this article you will learn how to add cultural information to the DateTimePicker in Micro Focus Visual COBOL for .NET.
    Rick Malek Jan 13, 2016
  • Rick Malek

    Working with the DateTimePicker in Micro Focus Visual COBOL for .NET

    Working with the DateTimePicker in Micro Focus Visual COBOL for .NET.
    Rick Malek Jan 06, 2016
  • Rick Malek

    Accessing COBOL Data Groups

    In this article you will learn how to access COBOL Data Groups in .NET.
    Rick Malek Dec 22, 2015
  • Rick Malek

    Utilize Of COBOL In A Microsoft .NET Environment

    This article will show you how to use the power of LOCALIZATION within Visual Studio .NET to create one screen and have it display different languages.
    Rick Malek Dec 03, 2015
  • Rick Malek

    Working With CheckBoxes in Micro Focus Visual COBOL

    This article reviews the common properties of the CheckBox control. These are the name, text, checked and checkstate properties. We’ll also review the use of events associated with a CheckBox.
    Rick Malek Apr 19, 2012
  • Rick Malek

    Working with the DateTimePicker in Micro Focus Visual COBOL

    This article is about the DateTimePicker control. Our examples will focus on a single control. We’ll show you how to manipulate the properties of that control programmatically. We may have to inclu...
    Rick Malek Feb 10, 2012
  • Rick Malek

    Working with TextBoxes in Micro Focus Visual COBOL

    Micro Focus released VisualCOBOL R4 earlier this year and it has turned out to be an awesome addition to Visual Studio 2010.
    Rick Malek Jan 11, 2012
  • Rick Malek

    Working with buttons in Micro Focus Visual COBOL

    Micro Focus released Visual COBOL R4 earlier this year and it has turned out to be an awesome addition to Visual Studio 2010. The development teams have done a great job in delivering a very usable...
    Rick Malek Nov 30, 2011
  • Rick Malek

    Using Labels with Visual COBOL

    Our examples will focus on a single control. We’ll show you how to manipulate the properties of that control programmatically.
    Rick Malek Oct 19, 2011
  • Rick Malek

    Accessing RM Data files from managed Visual COBOL

    The purpose of this article is to provide the reader with an example of how to read the RM file system from a native COBOL program and have it display on a managed WinForm.
    Rick Malek Oct 05, 2011
  • Rick Malek

    How to Access Environment Variables in VisualCOBOL

    The purpose of this article is to provide the reader with an example of how to read and set environment variables from within a managed COBOL environment. We will utilize a WinForm to provide our u...
    Rick Malek Sep 07, 2011
  • Rick Malek

    Exception Handling in Visual COBOL.NET

    Let's start by taking a look at a simple and pretty standard COBOL way of handling exceptions. We’ll then see how that same example would be coding in a managed environment utilizing Visual COBOL.N...
    Rick Malek Aug 16, 2010
  • Rick Malek

    COBOL Snippets

    Beginning with this article all projects will be created using the Micro Focus Visual COBOL environment.
    Rick Malek Jul 07, 2010
  • Rick Malek

    ListView controls in .NET

    In this article you will learn how to use ListView controls in .NET.
    Rick Malek May 03, 2010
  • Rick Malek

    TreeView/ListView object in COBOL.Net

    In this article I will show how to work with the TreeView object and ListView object.
    Rick Malek Apr 13, 2010
  • Rick Malek

    Converting C# to COBOL

    . This article is intended to be used as a model for you to follow when you run into a C# example and need to convert it to COBOL.
    Rick Malek Mar 12, 2010
  • Rick Malek

    Utilizing COBOL Property in C#

    In another article we discussed the use of creating a COBOL interface class to interact between your existing COBOL applications and the languages in the .NET Framework. This article will review a ...
    Rick Malek Mar 12, 2010
  • Michael Bleistein

    .NET Arrays with Micro Focus COBOL.NET

    Overview of how to use the System.Array class with Micro Focus COBOL.NET. Covers the syntax needed to create and use Arrays. Includes examples and sample code
    Michael Bleistein Mar 08, 2010
  • Rick Malek

    Windows Form using COBOL

    This article we'll put some finishing touches to our form. We'll show how to make controls appear and disappear as well as placing the cursor in a pre-defined spot on the form.
    Rick Malek Dec 22, 2009
  • Rick Malek

    Creating Forms with COBOL

    We've done numerous articles on how to interface COBOL with other .NET languages. Here is something a little different, creating a form using only COBOL. This is part 1 or the article and it will c...
    Rick Malek Nov 05, 2009
  • Rick Malek

    Working with COBOL Data Groups

    COBOL programmers have used data groups to package data together for a long time. How though does a non-COBOL user access the data being used by the COBOL programs?
    Rick Malek Oct 19, 2009
  • Rick Malek

    COBOL Calling C#

    Last month we had an article describing how C# could a COBOL class. Well this month we present a user provided example of COBOL calling C#!
    Rick Malek Sep 21, 2009
  • Rick Malek

    COBOL: It's Everywhere

    "COBOL is Dead!"..."COBOL is dying"... "COBOL won't last another 5 years"...how many times have we heard these lines or similar in the past 20 years? Guess what... Ain't true!
    Rick Malek Sep 03, 2009