Excellent memory Brad.  I worked in NEAT/3 for 2 yrs and I cant even recall 
what the syntax looked like.  Wish I had saved my old manuals.  A web search 
turned up very little.  There was NEAT/3 level I and level II.  You could do 
more damage in level II. Not as assembler oriented as it sounds though. We had 
a complete payroll system written in NEAT/3.

Steve Richter



From: "Brad Jensen" <brad@elstore.com>
Reply-To: midrange-l@midrange.com
Date:  Tue, 29 Jan 2002 00:17:03 -0600

>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "srichter " <srichter@mail.autocoder.com>
>To: <midrange-l@midrange.com>
>Sent: Monday, January 28, 2002 6:35 PM
>Subject: Re: Goodbye/400
>
>
>> ---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
>> From: Brad Jensen <brad@elstore.com>
>> Reply-To: midrange-l@midrange.com
>> Date:  Mon, 28 Jan 2002 17:39:22 -0600
>> >
>> >It was on the NCR I series, and the only language on the
>Iseries
>> >was - COBOL
>>
>>
>> what about neat/3 on the NCR system ?
>
>Neat 3 was the macroassembler on the NCR 'mainframe', it didn't
>run on their I series (I *150, I 8200, I 9200 I-9300)
>
>IMOS and IRX
>
>I think Neat/3 was on the B series and later on the VRX systems.
>Rather RPG-y.
>
>old-style RPG looks like macroassembler to me. One instruction per
>line, lots of flags. Oops indicators.
>
>The Burroughs systems looked much closer to the IBM 360
>environment to me.
>
>Brad Jensen
>
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