Early 360 machines (Was: Front panel switches - what did they do?)
Nico de Jong
nico at farumdata.dk
Wed May 25 12:13:32 CDT 2016
> The only language supported on the 360/20 was RPG. For a mostly tab card
> type of operation, you could actually do a lot in RPG. Otherwise, you had
> to write in machine language and get it assembled on another system.
I never used a /20, but I did a lot RPG/II on a model /40. It is in fact one
of my favourites...
(I can hear people laughing!). For a customer, I wrote a RPG interpretor, so
he could use the in-house RPG expertise to set up validation routines for
the data coming into the shop. The interpretor was written in Turbo Pascal
for Windows 1.50. The output was a DLL, which was then used in a nice media
conversion program (InterMedia)
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