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  • (diff | hist) . . EBCDIC‎; 22:33 . . (0). .Guy Harris (talk | contribs)(Codepage layout: No, it's based on EBCDIC 037, not EBCDIC 500; look at the square brackets, for example.)
  • (diff | hist) . . EBCDIC‎; 22:29 . . (+8). .Guy Harris (talk | contribs)(History: Parallel clause structure (XXX running on YYY).)
  • (diff | hist) . . EBCDIC‎; 22:28 . . (+103). .Guy Harris (talk | contribs)(History: Add in AIX/370 and AIX/390 as ASCII OSes for IBM mainframes.)
  • (diff | hist) . . EBCDIC‎; 22:25 . . (0). .Guy Harris (talk | contribs)(Codepage layout: Those clauses are independent, so separate them with a semicolon.)
  • (diff | hist) . . EBCDIC‎; 22:21 . . (-116). .Guy Harris (talk | contribs)(External links: Link broke, and one particular ASCII <-> EBCDIC table isn't all that interesting.)
  • (diff | hist) . . EBCDIC‎; 21:56 . . (-56). .Guy Harris (talk | contribs)(The HP 3000 instruction set on bitsavers.org shows *ASCII*-to-and-from-decimal instructions in the extended instruction set; it seems *extremely* unlikely that such a machine's OS would use EBCDIC, so it was probably "employed" only to talk to IBM stuff.)
  • (diff | hist) . . EBCDIC‎; 21:14 . . (+6). .Guy Harris (talk | contribs)(EBCDIC might be employed on MPE/iX, but is it employed for any purposes other than talking to IBM mainframes? It sounds like an ASCII-based family of OSes to me.)

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