On Fri, 4 Jan 2002, Scott Klement wrote: > > > Not everybody has a C compiler on their system, alas. > > > > Not everyone has an RPG compiler, either (I mean isn't it a separate > > option - not included with the base OS/400?). You have to buy the RPG > > compiler. Buy a C compiler, too. > > > > To add to that... it's much easier to find an experienced RPG programmer > for the AS/400 than it is a C programmer. To find someone whos > experienced in both? That'd require either spending a LOT of money on > programmers salaries, or teaching them myself... and training time is > already a big cost in my dept. True probably for every as/400 shop on the planet. But C programmers are far more common than RPG programmers. Does it matter that they have to be specifically trained AS/400 C programmers? > If the C compiler were free, maybe I could justify it. Hey James... > when you get a chance, why don't you port GCC to OS/400? Thanks! I'm still working on Samba... James Rich email@example.com
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