If you're like most people I've talked to, you've had a nervous skirmish or two with IBM's Integrated Language Environment (ILE). You're comfortable with (and even agreeable to) the new RPG IV syntax. You've mastered the notion that ILE compilers produce module objects, which you can bind into runnable programs or useful service programs. You're even beginning to figure out how to modularize your code to best reuse it. But several unforeseen peculiarities occur during the ...

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