Fujitsu's NetCOBOL for .NET

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  1. VBGOD

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    Fujitsu NetCOBOL for .NET smoothly integrates with other languages such as Visual Basic, C#, and Eiffel. Fujitsu Software is the only COBOL vendor to deliver support for Microsoft .NET and ASP.NET, including Web Services.

    It's basically another flavor to the already incredible .NET development tools.

    http://software.fsw.fujitsu.com/DownloadPlus/Download.html

    You have to register though, which is super quick. Also, it's a non-Microsoft project. Hope it can actually install. :o
     
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    I don't EVER want to touch another COBOL code ever again. :ugh:
     
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    KDubb everyday I'm hustlin'

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    Seemless.
     
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    That's one UGLY mother fucker.
     
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    Sure.
     
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    I'm still waiting for a Delphi.NET that's free :hs:
     
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    Scoob_13 Anything is possible, but the odds are astronomica

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    Fun fun. This weekend's project is packet sniffing and network monitoring with the contraints being an ultra-low network presence & low processor utilization.

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    Interesting indeed, but I'll stick with C# for MS development. :cool:
     
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    i should install vs.net and play with it. good idea
     
  14. The Bastard

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    You seem to be holding firm and deadset against using anything outside of C#, based on observation of coarse. Wouldn't it be exponentially more beneficial to learn other sets incase an employer happens to prefer it done another way?

    Again, just an observation.
     
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    C# will arguably be the most used .NET language. I'll take my chances with it instead of trying to learn a handful of languages that all compile down to the same machine code. ;) Besides, your solution file can have multiple projects. Each of which can be in a different .NET language. So knowing each language isn’t really necessary.
     
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    I have to agree with CM on this, C# is pretty much the only thing that we use for new technology at my firm, and it's mostly what I'm concentrating on.

    Hell, my first GUI was from C#, though my first language was C++ :hs: I love C++ though
     

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