derFunkenstein wrote:Old languages get "reborn", too. Visual Basic may not have much resemblance to its forebear, but it's still pretty popular. Informix 4GL runs on everything from mainframes to mobile phones.
Redocbew wrote:How long has it been since you were "developed"? I think we should replace you.
Glorious wrote:whm1974 wrote:Why in hell is COBOL still in use? Don't we have more modern languages to replace it?
Better question: why does it need replaced?
just brew it! wrote:whm1974 wrote:just brew it! wrote:I've seen weapons systems that run Windows XP. Those systems are still in use too, AFAIK. Yup, the mind boggles.
Just a matter before they get hacked, if they haven't been already.
They're not connected to the internet. So at least there's that.
Captain Ned wrote:Try having to deal with Federal Agency X whose on-line portal, a/k/a the only way ti upload quarterly required data, is still 100% Silverlight.
chuckula wrote:I scoff at your question and replace it with something that people care about!
Will Video kill the Radio Star?
WELL WILL IT!?!?!!?