EXEC is an actively used programming language created in 1966. CMS EXEC, or EXEC, is an interpreted, command procedure control, computer scripting language used by the CMS EXEC Processor supplied with the IBM Virtual Machine/Conversational Monitor System (VM/CMS) operating system. EXEC was written in 1966 by Stuart Madnick at MIT on the model of CTSS RUNCOM. He originally called this processor COMMAND, and it was later renamed EXEC. Read more on Wikipedia...
- EXEC ranks in the top 5% of languages
- the EXEC wikipedia page
- EXEC first appeared in 1966
- See also: exec-2, rexx
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Example code from Wikipedia:
* The following code issues CMS commands to set * the "blip" character to asterisk and request * the "short" format for system ready messages. &CONTROL OFF SET BLIP * SET RDYMSG SMSG
Last updated February 18th, 2020