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Is stream i/o any different on AS400 than on PC?
I'd like to start with accessing DB2 files using C but
any AS400/C example is welcome.

Does programming in C++ on AS400 bring me any advantages
except using OO on the AS/400?

Geert Van Landeghem

-----Original Message-----
From: Jevgeni Astanovski [mailto:j.astanovski@sampopank.ee]
Sent: woensdag 13 februari 2002 13:35
To: c400-l@midrange.com
Subject: Re: [C400-L] newbie questions

> I would like to start programming in C and C++ on the AS/400.
> Having experience in C&Java programming on PC can you advise
> me what books to read?
Had the same question when started.
Failed to find something useful.
I keep ILE/C Programming guide and Programmer's reference on my desktop.
Generally now for "plain" programming C is C, at least I think so.
> Also, does anybody of you want to share some sources of C
> programs that perform file i/o?
Stream i/o is the same probably, but if you mean "record" i/o - accessing
DB2 physical files - then there are some examples in the books, of course
they are pretty poor.
If you want something particular - tell it. You'll probably get some help in
this list....

Jevgeni Astanovski
Sampo Bank, Tallinn, Estonia.

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