|COBOL Parsers email@example.com (Mark Rickan) (2000-04-15)|
|Re: COBOL Parsers firstname.lastname@example.org (Ken Foskey) (2000-04-16)|
|Re: COBOL Parsers email@example.com (Vadim Maslov) (2000-04-16)|
|Re: COBOL Parsers firstname.lastname@example.org (John H. Lindsay) (2000-04-17)|
|Re: COBOL Parsers email@example.com (Tim Josling) (2000-04-20)|
|Re: COBOL Parsers thaneH@softwaresimple.com (2000-04-25)|
|From:||thaneH@softwaresimple.com (Thane Hubbell)|
|Date:||25 Apr 2000 02:09:02 -0400|
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On 20 Apr 2000 01:36:57 -0400, Tim Josling <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Similar problems exist in other parts of the language. It is not
>actually rocket science but it does make it hard to provide good error
Speaking of error messages, I got an interesting one from the Fujitsu
v5 compiler the other day. Had me laughing.
What it meant to say was "Required file is missing". But what it said
(and remember these messages were translated directly from Japanese
A file that does not exist was found.
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