I don't know if this has been mentioned yet ... but this bookshelf has SEU,
SDA, PDM and bunches of stuff....
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Subject: Re: Learning SEU, Source members, etc for the non I programmer?
Another resource I really like is the online library at -
Lots of stuff - architecture like MOD-CA, DRDA, and lots of stuff we don't
care about. But useful for me many times.
On 10/15/2015 10:26 AM, Buck Calabro wrote:
On 10/15/2015 7:25 AM, rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:V4R1.
There's an ancient IBM manual, long out of print, called:I had a copy long ago, and remember that is was useful. I went
Application Programming: Application Development by Example I have
SC21-9852-0 on mine.
looking in all the dark recesses of my office, but couldn't find it.
Then I looked online and couldn't find it at all.
My recollection of the history of manuals is fuzzy, but I think it
goes like this:
For sure, the S/36 and S/38 manuals were paper-only. Unless someone
digitised them... BookManager had specially-formatted .boo files
which needed the IBM BookReader to view. The oldest BookManager shelf
I can find is for V3R7. The Softcopy Library was a combination of
.boo, .pdf, and .html files. The oldest Softcopy Library I can find is
The Development by Example book isn't in any of those places... I--
wonder if it was a System/38 paper manual? Oh, well. Unless someone
digitises a copy it'll remain a mystery...
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