Alan's point is still valid though.
Even if those additional memory requirements (over and above the C
equivalent) provide actual benefits (faster initialization or whatever)
that the C program doesn't have, it would be interesting to know what they
On Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 9:11 AM, sjl<sjl_abc@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
IMHO, it would only have been a problem back in the early 70's when
had 16 - 32K of memory. ;-)
"Alan Campin" wrote in message
Still begs the question. ILE/RPG is a C type language. What could you
possibly need 4K of static storage for an empty program for?