The Rexx Language
Welcome to the Rexx Language page at IBM Hursley.

This page links to documents relating to the Rexx, Object Rexx, and NetRexx programming languages (so what's NetRexx?), gleaned from many sources. Here you will find the latest news, tutorials and other information about the languages, a new list of Rexx implementations, links to the Rexx Language Association and the Rexx ANSI standard, and a list of links to other Rexx-related sites.

These links were correct at the time the pages on Mike's site were archived.

News (also, don't forget to check for new and updated links below)

Recent new Object REXX and NetRexx books (see the Rexx books list for dozens more Rexx books):

Information, Tutorials, and Documentation

... and in more depth ...

More Rexx links


Requests and suggestions?

This information is collected and maintained by Mike Cowlishaw. Please send your requests and suggestions for additional items using e-mail to the address below -- and also send them to the Rexx Language Association Webmaster!

The accuracy of the information here is the responsibility of the individual authors and sources; however, please report any errors or omissions to Mike Cowlishaw as well as to the document author.


Special thanks are due to Ian Collier, Eric Giguere, Gabe Goldberg, and Melinda Varian for permission to use their documents and data in this collection, and to Liz Holland for finding many of the historical announcement documents. The server and network connection for this page were provided by IBM.

All links on this page were correct at the time they were at the IBM Hursley site

Mike Cowlishaw, IBM UK Laboratories