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gtackett on January 21 2009 07:27
Is C++ an omission or are you lumping it in with C? (I don't use C++ myself.) Also, Macro-11 was at one point an OpenVMS programming language too. I doubt, though, that anyone's still writi
PIEBALDconsult on January 20 2009 07:43
DCL is so a programming language, it's just not a compiled language
DTL on January 17 2009 23:05
I *know* that DCL is NOT a programming language, but I *do* program in DCL. Could you *please* add DCL in your list? Thanks.
GerryB on January 17 2009 08:47
Thank you for adding BASIC and Pascal. I just voted for BASIC, but I've used Pascal, C, and MACRO on the VAX. No! Wait, the Pascal I used was on the PDP-11.
PIEBALDconsult on January 16 2009 08:45
I learned Pascal on a PDP-11, but once I learned C I never looked back.
BartZorn on January 14 2009 21:21
Ah, Pascal has been added to the above poll. Now I can vote! Basic is second for me.
HobbyistOne on January 14 2009 18:35
Okay, I've added BASIC and Pascal to the list. IMHO, VAX Pascal really rocked. Too bad Wirth didn't have some of the forethought shown by the DEC Languages group...
PIEBALDconsult on January 12 2009 13:00
I don't know about anyone else, by my Connect membership (at least for their website) expired on 12/31 and I had to get it reactivated.
johncookson on January 12 2009 10:01
I'm with GerryB No vote until BASIC gets added to the list
jbay54321 on January 07 2009 06:04
Don't forget OPS-5 for the AI weenies! :-)
GerryB on January 06 2009 13:45
I'll vote when you add Pascal and BASIC.
fred27 on January 06 2009 03:40
No pascal in the programming language list?
ddsnyder on December 23 2008 12:50
Last message.. made no sense, too cold, need to turn on another Alphaserver, maybe the 4100..
ddsnyder on December 23 2008 11:55
PIEBALDconsult: Been running by Alpha boxes as well for heat, it's 15 degF here and windy
HobbyistOne on December 23 2008 07:10
You're right. DCL is a fine programming language, and I just listed the common compiled languages. Sorry!
PIEBALDconsult on December 20 2008 14:06
ddsnyder: I've ben thinking of getting just so I _can_ hide it among the blade servers and such. I could finally have a decent Code Management System.
lexthehex on December 19 2008 19:10
I've just compiled the Zip Infocom/Zcode interpreter for OpenVMS. I don't have the MMS tool. Does anyone know where it is? Cheers.
ddsnyder on December 17 2008 16:53
it's happened.. I walk into the computer room and had to spend a few moments looking for the Integrity VMS box.. looks a bit like the Proliant types.. you know a humble 2U rack mount.. They just d
reinhardtjh on December 15 2008 23:38
You also forgot DCL for us shell hackers in the "Member Poll" ;-)
GerryB on December 15 2008 12:34
The "Member Poll" should have a BASIC entry. There's alot of code written in BASIC still running out there. Thank you.
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