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As others have said - it is almost zero for all platforms not just IBM i.

BUT ... RPG among other languages can work with the new tolling such as Amazon's CodeWhisperer.

Liam Allan did a few examples a while back of one of these tools using RPG and it produced interesting results. The one he used (can't recall the name) was available in VS Code I think. I signed up for an early user license but when push came to shove the cost for the amount of hardcore coding I do was too high to justify.

So replacing no - complementing and speeding - yes.

Jon P.

On Oct 11, 2022, at 11:09 AM, jerry ven <jerryven95@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


What's the chances of AI and Machine learning replacing manual program
development/support process in the IBM i environment?

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