Why is CL the native language of AS/400?

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Why is CL (Control Language) the calling native language of AS/400? And why it is a driver program?
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The IBM i Control Language (CL) is a scripting language for the IBM ‘s IBM i platform (previously called OS/400 when running on AS/400 systems) bearing a resemblance to the IBM job control language and consisting of an ever expanding set of command objects (CMD) used to invoke traditional AS/400 programs and/or get help on what those programs do. CL can also be used to create CL programs (congruent to shell scripts) where there are additional commands that provide program-like functionality (IF/ELSE, variable declaration, file input, etc.)


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IBM_i_Control_Language

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  • Harisheldon
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