Pinned topic Documentation and learning resource
timhahn 100000F0AC3 Posts
Re: Documentation and learning resource2013-03-18T18:59:37ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.I always turn to the Programming Guide and Language Reference. Both are available here. While they might be a bit dry to read, they always seem to have the answers.
woecki 2700078GMF24 Posts
Re: Documentation and learning resource2014-11-26T12:25:28ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
i'm aware that this is an old thread, but anyway:
- Eberhard Sturm, "The new PL/I" (only available in German OR as Kindle edition), read
- Robin Vowel, "Introduction into PL/I" (available from the author, consider shipping costs from .AU), not read yet
are my two reading tips, but i'm interested in others too,
Robin400 27000484XU38 Posts
Re: Documentation and learning resource2014-12-02T15:24:55ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- woecki 2700078GMF
Eberhard Sturm's book is available in English too (as well as German).
The full title of my book is "Introduction to PL/I and Structured Programming".