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Extended source format in COBOL for AIX

Originally posted by: Cecilia F Extended source format is introduced in COBOL for AIX, V4.1. The new extended source format is divided into distinct areas as before, but permits lines varying in length from a minimum of 0 bytes to a maximum of 252 bytes. The following figures...

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New Competitive User trade-up features available for IBM COBOL for AIX and IBM PL/I for AIX

Originally posted by: Dwayne M Today we have announce competitive trade-up features for our IBM COBOL for AIX and IBM PL/I for AIX products. Clients moving from an eligible competitive product can now license IBM COBOL for AIX or IBM PL/I for AIX at an attractive price. For example, you can...

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Part 1 Watch Alice the Developer and Bob the Developer meet Ted

Originally posted by: melaniejs Watch Alice the Developer who has heard a lot about Eclipse tools and Bob the Developer who is tired for green screen tools and how they meet Ted the Developer with the answer.

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POWER YOUR INNOVATION: IBM Compilers on Power

Originally posted by: PhilipLuk Did you know that COBOL for AIX, V4.1 contains a new compiler option which lets you selectively target code generation of your applications to exploit POWER7 systems architecture? Imagine you could boost the performance of your existing hardware assets just...

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C/C++/COBOL IDE for AIX

Originally posted by: mikeberger As a software developer, it's a challenge finding the right Integrated Development Environment(IDE). IBM is working on an exciting new concept in developing applications for the AIX operating system. As an AIX developer, you are no doubt used to working on...

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