• Subject: Re: PC based RPG
  • From: Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 2 Jul 1999 10:13:09 -0500

Then there is always California Software's Baby/400.  Run your 400 app's on a 
PC.  You'll have to balance the cost of that, and the PC to run it, versus 
buying your own 400.





sjohnson@highsmith.com on 07/02/99 08:58:15 AM
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There are actually 2.  One is IBM's VisualAge for RPG.  The other 
is ASNA's Visual RPG.
Granted you can't take the programs and run them on the 400, but
you can convert 400 RPG pgms to VARPG with relative ease.
This way you are re-useing a skill set (RPG IV) that you already know.

-- Scott P. Johnson

Colin Williams wrote:
> 
> Why inst there a version of RPG for the PC, so that we can all program
> on PC's at home, and develop more apps/utilities.
>
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