IBM initially conceived APIs to provide programmers a well-documented and well-structured interface to system information that in the pre-API days was obtained by parsing CL command spooled file output or by calling IBM system internal programs directly. In addition to APIs' versatility and standardized interfaces, they also often offer much more information and details than their original CL command counterpart. Today's APIs by Example demonstrates an API that in itself exposes ...

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