Why not try the IBM manuals? They give a lot of detail. 

Under C and C++ in the center are the compiler reference, programmer's
guide, language reference, runtime library etc..


There is a bit more to it than 'hello world'. :-)

Genyphyr Novak
Senior System Software Engineer
SSA Global R&D

message: 2
date: Wed, 3 Aug 2005 15:09:18 +0800
from: "Kumar, Ashok (MIS)" <Ashok.Kumar@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: [C400-L] RE: C400-L Digest, Vol 3, Issue 56

Dear All,

I'm working in AS/400
I need to wok with C compiler in AS/400
Is there anybody can suggest me how to work in this environment.

Ashok Kumar V
Information system analyst  MIS | IT
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