Programming Language for Business, aka Programming Language for Business, is a historical programming language created in 1972. Programming Language for Business or PL/B is a business-oriented programming language originally called DATABUS and designed by Datapoint in 1972 as an alternative to COBOL because Datapoint's 8-bit computers could not fit COBOL into their limited memory, and because COBOL did not at the time have facilities to deal with Datapoint's built-in keyboard and screen. A version of DATABUS became an ANSI standard, and the name PL/B came about when Datapoint chose not to release its trademark on the DATABUS name. . Read more on Wikipedia...
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- Programming Language for Business first appeared in 1972
- See also: cobol, java, unix, linux, visual-basic, sql, xml
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IF (DF_EDIT[ITEM] = "PHYS") STATESAVE MYSTATE IF (C_F07B != 2) DISPLAY *SETSWALL 1:1:1:80: *BGCOLOR=2,*COLOR=15: *P49:1," 7-Find " ELSE DISPLAY *SETSWALL 1:1:1:80: *BGCOLOR=7,*COLOR=0: *P49:1," 7-Find " ENDIF STATEREST MYSTATE TRAP GET_PRO NORESET IF F7 ENDIF IF (SHOW_FILTER AND THIS_FILTER AND C_CUSTNO <> "MAG") LOADMOD "filter" PACK PASS_ID WITH "QED ",QED_ID1,BLANKS MOVE " FILTER DISPLAY (F6) " TO PASS_DESC SET C_BIGFLT CALL RUN_FILT USING PASS_ID,PASS_DESC,"432" UNLOAD "filter" CLEAR THIS_FILTER ENDIF
Last updated August 22nd, 2019