> Is it possible to create a MI emulator on Intel processor ?

Given enough development time, and a willingness to put up with slow
response time, it would be possible to create an MI emulator in GW-BASIC.
Or any other language. You'd probably have more trouble getting *PGM
objects back and forth between your AS/400 and your DOS or WINDOZE or
LINUX machine than you'd have writing something that would process at
least a source-level MI instruction stream.

Dunno whether it would be worth doing, though. There are an awful lot of
old CISC/IMPI AS/400s sitting around, not doing anything in particular,
and you could probably get, say, a D02 with V2R3 (which is what our MI
development box is) real cheap.

--
JHHL



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