LINC was originally developed as a shortcut by two programmers to automate and reproduce the production of computer applications for different companies that had similar requirements and specifications.
Now LINC is known as Unisys Enterprise Application Environment (EAE) and can generate COBOL code for Burroughs & Sperry mainframes, Microsoft Windows, and various Unix and Linux platforms.
It can also be used to generate Graphical User Interface (GUI) front-end clients in:
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