|Subject:||Re: [open-cobol-list] advanced Cobol books ?|
|Date:||Wed, 14 Aug 2013 02:49:57 +0100|
|User-agent:||KMail/4.10.2 (Linux/220.127.116.11-desktop-1.mga3; KDE/4.10.2; x86_64; ; )|
> I only have about 30 years of cobol, so my experience is somewhat
> Actually, I have very little experience of Open Cobol, all mine has been
> on ICL VME cobol with a small amount of MF.
Heck is any of that kit still around?
Worked on it using the first Cobol compiler (and Algol68R to build VME, bloody nightmare!) in the 70's.
IMPORTANT – This email and the information in it may be confidential, legally privileged and/or protected by law. It is intended solely for the use of the person to whom it is addressed. If you are not the intended recipient, please notify the sender immediately and do not disclose the contents to any other person, use it for any purpose, or store or copy the information in any medium. Please also delete all copies of this email and any attachments from your system.
If this is an encrypted email it is your responsibility to maintain the 1024 byte key system even for one-use keys. Once mail has been sent the sending key is not kept and therefore a replacement mail cannot be resent.
We cannot guarantee the security or confidentiality of non encrypted email communications. We do not accept any liability for losses or damages that you may suffer as a result of your receipt of this email including but not limited to computer service or system failure, access delays or interruption, data non-delivery or mis-delivery, computer viruses or other harmful components.
Copyright in this email and any attachments belongs to Applewood Computers.
Should you communicate with anyone at Applewood Computers by email, you consent to us monitoring and reading any such correspondence.
Nothing in this email shall be taken or read as suggesting, proposing or relating to any agreement concerted practice or other practice that could infringe UK or EC competition legislation (unless it is against Security requirements).
This Email and its attachments (if any) are scanned for virii using Clamd.
Dykegrove Limited T/A Applewood Computers is a company registered in England (number 01681349) whose registered office is at Applewood House, Epping Road, Roydon, Essex, CM19 5DA
|[Prev in Thread]||Current Thread||[Next in Thread]|