C is my standard language for writing software on PC and Unix platforms.
It would please me to use C as my standard language for writing software
on an AS400 platform, but it looks like RPG is the defacto standard
language because IBM includes RPG as a standard (free) compiler on all 
platforms.

On the other hand, IBM's C implementations look very restrictive. Visual
Age C++ only runs on recent machines. ILE C runs on more machines, but it
too only runs on a subset of AS400 platforms.

Is it possible to create a program for a 9402-236 / V7R1 from an ILE C 
compiler on a 9404-F10 / V3R1?

What does the group think about RPG vs C? Keep in mind that my customers
use a wide variety of AS400 platforms.

-Don Kuenz

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