CMS Pipelines is an actively used programming language created in 1986. CMS Pipelines implements the pipeline concept under the VM/CMS operating system. The programs in a pipeline operate on a sequential stream of records. A program writes records that are read by the next program in the pipeline. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the CMS Pipelines wikipedia page
- CMS Pipelines first appeared in 1986
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Example code from the web:
PIPE (end ?) < input txt | a: locate /Hello/ | insert / World!/ after | i: faninany | > newfile txt a ? a: | xlate upper | i:
Last updated February 18th, 2020