• Subject: Re: AS/400 trivia questions
  • From: John P Carr <jpcarr@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 12 Oct 1999 13:26:46 -0400


        What does the CPF stand for in message   CPF0000

        How big are the space pointers(bits) in OS/400 and how long have
they been
        that size.

        What was the internal project name that eventually brought us the
AS/400 ?
        And what did the letters stand for?

        See bottom

        John Carr



        From:   Joe Teff@jteff19 on 10/12/99 11:51 AM
        To:     Midrange Dot Com@MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com@SMTP@EXCHCONNECT
        cc:      

        Subject:        AS/400 trivia questions

        I am looking for a couple of good AS/400 trivia questions.
        Anyone have some good ones?

        I need these for a meeting this afternoon.

        TIA,  Joe Teff

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        CPF = Control Program Facility  -  It was the operating system of
the SyS/38
        128 bits - Since 1978 (Oct 21 1978 +/-   )  day one of the System
38.
        PACIFIC - The project plan for the Sys/38 - Performance Ain't
Critical If Function Is Complete


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