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Attach and PL/1 using Enterprise PL/1 Compiler V 3.3

Hallo, 
does anybody have a simple PL/1 sample Program which does subtasking
using ATTACH-statement or using POSIX-calls?
If you have, please send it to me.
Thanks
Gottfried
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