On Sun, 28 Jul 2013, David Keith wrote:
> welcome Tyler, my first computer was a Honeywell 200, and my first personal computer was an Altair 8800A
> //FORT77 JOB (1144,##SD,1440,10),DAVE, CLASS=W
> // EXEC FWCG,TIME=1440
> //SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=A
> //SYSIN DD *,DLM=++
> INTEGER*2 MESSAG(80)
> 10 READ (5,100,END=999) (MESSAG(I),I=1,80)
> 100 FORMAT (80A1)
> WRITE(6,101) (MESSAG(I),I=1,80)
> 101 FORMAT (1X,80A1)
> GO TO 10
> 999 CONTINUE
> //DATA.INPUT DD *
> HELLO WORLD
> WELCOME TYLER TO THE REAL WORLD
Is that JCL? It looks a bit like JCL but it doesn't seem verbose enough.
> From: Jeffrey Brace <ark72axow@...
> To: email@example.com
> Sent: Saturday, July 27, 2013 10:29 PM
> Subject: Re: [midatlanticretro] Hello World!
?? From: Tyler Frisbee
> Sent: Thursday, July 25, 2013 11:14 PM
>> Evan Koblentz invited me to MARCH and said I should send a Hello World
>> message here.
> Welcome to the group Tyler! It's great and important for "young" people such
> as yourself to have in interest in vintage computers. Us "old folks" who
> grew up with these machines will not be around forever, so it will be up to
> the next generation to carry the torch and tell the next generation about
> how great these machines really are! For myself my first home computer was a
> Commodore 64, so that is where my nostalgia lies. If there is anything we
> can do to help you in your quest for vintage, then don't hesitate to ask on
> this group.
> Jeff B