i wonder do we have object oriented on z/os?
A qualified yes. . .
You can use Enterprise COBOL object-oriented syntax to:
Define classes, with methods and data implemented in COBOL.
Create instances of Java or COBOL classes.
Invoke methods on Java or COBOL objects.
Write classes that inherit from Java classes or from other COBOL classes.
Define and invoke overloaded methods.
The entire manual is avalable from here (which is where the quote came from):http://publibz.boulder.ibm.com/cgi-bin/ ... y3lr10/2.2
On the top left ot this page is an open-book icon that goes to the table of contents. The flashlight/tubelight is the search for the manual.