PowerHouse is a programming language created in 1988. PowerHouse is a trademarked name for a byte-compiled fourth-generation programming language (or 4GL) originally produced by Quasar Corporation (later renamed Cognos Incorporated) for the Hewlett-Packard HP3000 mini-computer. It was initially composed of five components: QDD, or Quasar Data Dictionary: for building a central data dictionary used by all other components QDesign: a character-based screen generator Quick: an interactive, character-based screen processor (running screens generated by QDesign) Quiz: a report writer QTP: a batch transaction processor.. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- PowerHouse first appeared in 1988
- See also: cobol, sql
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Last updated February 18th, 2020