it may return "OS/400" so it's better do:

boolean runningOn400 = System.getProperty("").indexOf("400") > 0;


David Gibbs wrote:
Thorbjørn Ravn Andersen wrote:
I'd like to know if there is a programmatic way I can see if I'm using the opensource version of jtopen, and a way to determine definitively if I'm running on an AS/400, so I can deliberately check for this in my code?

You can probably use the system property "" to determine if you
are running on os400 or not.

boolean runningOn400 = System.getProperty("").equals("os400"); //
I think


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