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Question Title What ACUCOBOL-GT library routines are supported?

In the latest isCOBOL documention, at the book 'Transitioning from Acucobol-GT-> Library routines' you find the list of the ACUCOBOL-GT library routines supported by isCOBOL.

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Created: 2009-08-28 12:59 PM
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