Teaching kids about computers...
rick at rickmurphy.net
Wed Nov 28 20:20:46 CST 2007
At 10:58 PM 11/27/2007, Ensor wrote:
> > Besides, where would you find a COBOL compiler for a
> >peecee or whatever else....
>Microsift....they certainly produced one for MS-DOS (dunno if there
>was ever a "VisualCOBOL" though).
Fujitsu Cobol .NET is a "Visual COBOL" workalike. Object oriented
COBOL, OLE, etc.
Hoping to keep this marginally on-topic, I've used it to keep some code
running on Windows that originated on a PR1ME, ported to Wang, ported
to VMS, ported to MS-DOS, then ported to Windows. For what it does,
COBOL is very portable.
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