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Subject:Re: PC vs MAC? From:John San Filippo <johnsf -at- CTS -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 12 Apr 1995 22:21:35 -0700
>And the process control software I document now runs on an IBM RS6000 or a
>Honeywell TDC3000. Each of those has its own language (not UNIX). I work on
>a PC to create the documentation, including online help text files. The
>programmers are responsible for transferring my stuff to the appropriate DCS
>(distributed control system).
I believe the native (and only) operating system for the RS/6000 is AIX,
which is IBM's implementation of UNIX.
John San Filippo
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