Common Programming Interface for Communications

   Abbreviated CPI-C. A cross-platform API from IBM that interfaces to the Advanced Program-to-Program Communications (APPC) environment.
   CPI-C is designed to support a common environment for application execution across several IBM operating systems, including MVS, VS, OS/400, and OS/2-based systems.

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