Not exactly but...

http://www.common.org/conferences/2006/spring/sessions/S109179.HTM
http://www.itjungle.com/fhs/fhs031505-story02.html
http://taatool.com/history.htm


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Subject: RE: CL programming standards

Yowsie, this is the first I've heard of this: Jim Sloan was the creator of
S/38 CL? I know he was on the development team with IBM at the inception of
"FS (Future System)" which became S/38, but . . .

Is there coroboration for this claim?
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Dennis
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Sent from my Galaxy tablet phone. Please excuse my brevity.
For any grammatic/spelling errors, there is no excuse.
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"Jerry C. Adams" <midrange@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

Jim Sloan's book, CL Tips & Techniques, has a whole section on error
trapping. Jim, by the way, for those that don't know is the father of
CL and the author of TAATOOLS; so he probably has a good idea of what
he's talking about.

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