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Answer / sana
It is a 4 GL language, used with databases like Adabas,
DB2, IMS etc. It is efficient and user friendly.
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Answer / guest
Natural is a Language..
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Answer / mike russell
Natural 2006 is an application development
and deployment environment known
for ease-of-use, cross-platform portability
and unmatched developer productivity.
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Answer / mac beth
Natural is what naturally comes to mind when we read this
beautiful word. Anything and everything about natural is
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What is the difference between External subroutine and subprogram?
What is the difference between READ BY ISN and FIND
syntax for all WRITE COMMAND in natural language
can i see the copy book length using file-aid ?
difference between read(1) and read work file once ?
What exactly is a hyperdescriptor? How does it work?
how to move cursor to a particular field when position is not known?
If the number of parameter is more than the expected then NAT0919 error is displayed. How many parameter are allowed in a CALL and CALLNAT statement?
You are processing an input file in a Natural program and you want the program to fail if the file is empty. What command you use in Natural to force it to fail ?
how to ftp the natural program to desktop? (from mainframe to pc), is it possible?
Would like to know if have an expecific command that returns a code or something about the execution of a CALLNAT. For example ... CALLNAT 'SUBPRG' [parameter] [parameter] ... [here comes a code or command that checks if the CALLNAT was successful]
difference between escape(top or bottom) and escape immediate(top or bottom?