• Subject: Re: Code/400
  • From: "Joep Beckeringh" <joepb@xxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 4 Jul 1999 23:33:20 +0200

> As for VARPG, in my view it is a waste of effort programmer's time.

Bob,

In our company (still mainly DDS/RPG/CL; most people use terminals) some
people have just started looking at VARPG.  The main reasons for
investigation are the possibility to write code in a familiar language and,
even more important, having a seamless interface to the AS/400 database.
When you say that you can get better results with Visual C++, Visual Basic,
Visual Cafe Java and Delphi, how do you interface with DB2/400?  ODBC?

Joep Beckeringh




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