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March 4, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Also in the works at Fujitsu is an Cobol code generator called High-Productivity Language, for launch on its K-series office computers this autumn, and, shortly thereafter, under Unix on its AWS workstation. Claimed to raise efficiency of Cobol code production threefold, the new development environment will be made available to Fujitsu’s M-series mainframe base via the AWS Unix workstation used as terminal.

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