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C/AL Programming
Chapter 1
Introduction to C/AL Programming
1.1 THE C/AL PROGRAMMING MODULE
1.2 DEFINING C/AL
1.3 ACCESSING C/AL
Chapter 2
2.1 SIMPLE DATA TYPES
2.2 NUMERIC DATA TYPES
2.3 STRING DATA TYPES
2.4 BOOLEAN, DATE AND TIME
Chapter 3
Identifiers and Variables
3.1 IDENTIFIERS AND VARIABLES
3.2 THE SYNTAX OF IDENTIFIERS
3.3 VARIABLE SCOPE AND INITIALIZATION
3.4 EXERCISE: CREATE A NEW CODEUNIT
3.5 DISPLAYING VARIABLES
Chapter 4
4.1 ASSIGNMENT STATEMENTS
Assignment Statement
4.2 ASSIGNING A VALUE TO A VARIABLE
4.3 AUTOMATIC TYPE CONVERSIONS
4.4 THE STATEMENT SEPARATOR
4.5 USING ASSIGNMENT STATEMENTS AND THE SYMBOL MENU
Chapter 5
5.1 EXPRESSIONS, TERMS AND OPERATORS
5.2 THE SYNTAX OF AN EXPRESSION
5.3 THE STRING OPERATOR
5.4 FUNCTION CALLS IN EXPRESSIONS
Chapter 6
6.1 NUMERIC EXPRESSIONS AND OPERATOR PRECEDENCE
6.2 TYPES OF ARITHMETIC OPERATORS
6.3 OPERATOR PRECEDENCE EFFECTS
Chapter 7
7.2 RELATIONAL EXPRESSIONS FOR COMPARISON
7.3 RELATIONAL EXPRESSIONS FOR SET INCLUSION
7.4 USING LOGICAL EXPRESSIONS
7.5 ADDING LOGICAL AND RELATIONAL EXPRESSIONS TO A FORM
Chapter 8
The IF and EXIT Statements
8.1 CONDITIONAL STATEMENTS AND BOOLEAN EXPRESSIONS
8.2 THE IF STATEMENT
8.3 THE EXIT STATEMENT
8.4 PERFORMING CALCULATIONS USING THESE STATEMENTS
Chapter 9
Compound Statements and Comments
9.1 COMPOUND STATEMENTS AND COMMENTS
9.2 COMPOUND STATEMENT SYNTAX WITH BEGIN AND END
9.3 COMPOUND STATEMENTS USING NESTED IF STATEMENTS
9.4 ADDING COMMENTS TO CODE
9.5 CODING WITH COMPOUND STATEMENTS AND COMMENTS
Chapter 10
10.1 ARRAY DEFINITIONS
10.3 THE POWER OF ARRAYS
10.4 STRINGS AS ARRAYS OF CHARACTERS
Chapter 11
11.1 REPETITIVE STATEMENTS
11.2 THE FOR STATEMENT
11.3 THE WHILE…DO STATEMENT
11.4 THE REPEAT…UNTIL STATEMENT
11.5 CODING WITH REPETITIVE STATEMENTS
Chapter 12
12.1 THE WITH STATEMENT
Chapter 13
Calling Built-In Functions
13.1 FUNCTIONS AND PARAMETERS
13.2 USING BUILT-IN FUNCTIONS
Chapter 14
Creating Your Own Functions
14.1 FORMAL AND ACTUAL PARAMETERS
14.2 LOCAL FUNCTIONS AND VARIABLES
14.3 WHY CREATE FUNCTIONS
14.4 THE EXIT STATEMENT
14.5 CREATING FUNCTIONS
Chapter 15
15.1 USER COMMUNICATION FUNCTIONS
15.2 STRING FUNCTIONS
15.3 SYSTEM FUNCTIONS
15.5 NUMBER FUNCTIONS
15.7 OTHER IMPORTANT FUNCTIONS
Appendix A
Appendix B
INDEX
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INTRODUCTION TO C/AL PROGRAMMING
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