Want to know more about functionalities of Assembler and the Raincode ASM370 Compiler for .NET?
On November 1st, three members of our team will do a demo of the Raincode ASM370 Compiler.
Our Chief Science Officer, Vadim Zaytsev, Yves Jaradin, Senior Software Architect, and Volodymyr Blagodarov, Software Architect.
What can you expect from this demo ?
- Introduction to IBM High Level Assembler
- Detailed explanation of a simple HLASM program
- Demonstration of how this program can be compiled, run, debugged
- User integration infrastructure and IDE features
- Framework integration infrastructure and calling HLASM programs from PL/I
- Debugging self-modifying code
Description of the ASM370 interpreter:
IBM’s High Level Assembler (HLASM) is a low level programming language for z/Architecture mainframe computers. Many legacy codebases contain large fractions written in HLASM for various reasons, and such components usually had to be manually rewritten in COBOL or PL/I before migration to a modern framework could take place.
Now, the Raincode ASM370 Compiler for .NET supports HLASM syntax and emulates the data types and behaviour of the original language, allowing to port, maintain and interactively debug legacy mainframe assembler code under .NET.
More details on the event right here