Network Software That Speaks Any Language
The big shift in computing these days is from mainframes to so-called client-server networks that link lots of microcomputers together. But for many customers, that transition can mean a costly retraining of their mainframe programmers. They're usually steeped in the Cobol language and may have great difficulty working in C and other languages that underlie most networked computing setups.
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