B.V. Bixoft is a dutch firm, specialized in assembler-programming for mainframes. Not just for z/OS (also known as MVS or OS/390), but also for VM/CMS and DOS/VSE environments.
Assembler Proficiency Self-test.
Names of High Level Assembler experts and their short profiles.
Overview of recent changes.
Our activities comprise amongst others:
Furthermore we will be pleased to help you find solutions for your tough programming problems.
|Why assembler?||A differentiated approach to the pros and cons of using assembler.|
Bixoft Public License
|Proposal for a "Public License" for our macro library and the sample programs presented on this site.|
|Macro library||Short description of our extensive macro library, also known as Bixoft eXtended Assembly language. For evaluation purposes we have prepared sample documentation for the CPY and NTCR macros. All of your comments are gladly welcomed.|
|Code snippets and
|Two pages with examples of assembler-code.|
|Network||Of experienced assembler and systems programmers.|
|Links||Interesting books, sites and other information.|
|Reviews||Reviews of some of the publications to be found on the links page.|
|Profile||Of our founder: A.F. Kornelis.|
On this site you will regularly run into the term "dataset". Although the term "file" is more common we have chosen to follow IBM's terminology.
Remarks? Questions? More information? Select the topic of your choice or e-mail us with your questions.
|Symposium: extending the life cycle of legacy applications|
|Bixoft Homepage||What's new?|
|Introduction / Sitemap||Why assembler|
|Courses||Sample code snippets|
|Maintenance||Public License Proposal|
|Pre-compilers||Books & sites|
|Profile A.F. Kornelis|
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