I worked on a manufacturing package written in RPL until 1989.  The package
was written by a company called SMI out of Chicago.  My employer decided to
convert to another system. Oh well...
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Sent: Friday, February 06, 2004 5:45 PM
Subject: Re: Proc or Para


> In a message dated 2/4/2004 11:40:41 PM Eastern Standard Time,
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> > Earlier PQ proc didn't have read/write so they developed a sideline
language
> > called BATCH which did these tasks. BATCH is officially removed from the
> > direct decendancy of R80/83 as D3 doesn't recognize it and i haven't
seen it
> > on any U2 systems. RPL, which predates this further never
> > made it past the
> > mid 1970's.
>
> Actually RPL was alive and well into, at least, the early 80s.
> Will
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