Talk:IBM i Control Language
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I think this page, along with AS/400 object should either be re-titled with OS/400 instead of AS/400 or merged with the OS/400 article, which really needs to be fleshed out anyway. Though that may have not been necessary in the past, with LPAR coming to the AS/400 (iSeries), one AS/400 unit may be running multiple OSes, so I think it would be much more appropriate to clarify that the command language and object concepts used on OS/400 actually be credited to OS/400 the operating system, not AS/400 the platform. Tell me what you think... -- uberpenguin 14:03, 2004 Nov 18 (UTC)
IT IS CONTROL LANGUAGE NOT COMMAND LANGUAGE
Regarding the following IBM link, it shows that CL stands for Control Language not Command Language. http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/iseries/v5r2/ic2924/books/sm14/c4157215.pdf
I edited the context but wasn't able to change the title to AS/400 Control Language. 10:29 pm July 20, 2005 (Shahram T. Nayeri)
Misuse of the term acronym
DSP, CHG, etc. are not acronyms. They are abbreviations. Acronyms are initialisms i.e. they are formed by the first letter of each word of a phrase. For example SCUBA: Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus. Using 'CHG' for 'change' is merely an abbreviation, regardless of whether the letters in 'chg' are capitalized or not.
Dubwai 14:50, 20 September 2006 (UTC)
Log into AS/400 screen
IP address, ID and password
The last two paragraphs in this page seem to be leftovers from previous edits. Nicola Musatti 10:01, 3 October 2007 (UTC)