When Did It Become A Standard?

When did PL/B become an ANSI Standard?

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In December 1994 the Accredited Standards Committee X3, Information Technology Council, officially announced that PL/B, Programming Language for Business, had been approved as ANSI Standard X3.238-1994.

In December 1998, the J15 Committee reaffirmed ANSI Standard X3.238-1994

A copy of the standard (reference ANSI X3.238-1994) can be obtained from:

310 Miller Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48103, USA
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The cost of the printed copy is US$ 125.00. A PDF version is available for download at a cost of US$ 25.00

For more information on the standardization process see The Development of an ANSI Standard PL/B.

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