Date

1971

Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Science

Department

Computer Science

First Adviser

Kasarda, Andrew J.

Abstract

This paper describes the construction and use of the File Processing System designed and implemented on the IBM System 360 with Full Operating System. The File Processing System is a collection of 5 subroutines written in the Fortran programming language which enable a computer user to create and maintain a data file on either tape or diskstorage media and access the file sequentially for tape and either sequentially, index sequentially, or randomly for disk.

Comments

Former department name: Information Science

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