source listing

source listing

[′sȯrs ‚list·iŋ]
(computer science)
A printout of a source program.
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High-level program information is all that is needed in order to generate a complete shell program source listing.
* Procedure Division - produces a 1000-MAIN-PROCESS paragraph and allows up to eight (8) procedure division copybooks to be declared and if uploaded will expand the copybooks in the source listing
By using this online COBOL generator, the programmer eliminates the need for basic program editing from having copied an existing program and the result is a shell program with all the program specific information already contained within the generated source listing.
Also, there is bibliography or source listing, which detracts from the book's integrity.
An appendix contains the source listing of the Statistical Analysis System test used to perform the permutation test.
Describing NPC's Directory of News Sources, president Rick Dunham said, "Reporters trust us because we maintain high standards for our news source listings. They know we won't include just any self-styled 'source' in our prestigious publication, which is kept on the reference shelves of thousands of reporters and editors.
With more than 1,000 state-by-state source listings, Blum also offers step-by-step instructions on how to apply for grants and write those all-important proposals.