> Just what is it that can be done so much better in MI that makes it worth > dealing with the absence of tools, documentation, syntax checkers, debuggers > ..... Personally, I haven't yet found a use for an MI application. However, I've found learning about MI to be very useful because of the insight it gives me into the way things work on our platform. I've also found understanding MI to be helpful in learning how to use the MI built-ins from HLLs. For example, a few months ago, I was faced with the prospect of writing an MD5 routine in RPG or C -- but learning about the CRYPT capability of MI made it very easy for me to just call that from RPG instead...
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