The Minimum You Need to know to be an OpenVMS

Do you want to be an OpenVMS Application Developer? If you don?t know what that is, then you probably don't need this book, but if you do, you?ve found the seemingly most comprehensive and readable guide to doing so. Roland Hughes? offering, ?The Minimum You Need to know to be an OpenVMS Application Developer? is an abundance of information that you cannot afford to be without.

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