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Byte November 1988

Articles:
Parallel Processing
T800/Occam
Linda
3-D Computer massively parallel computing
Transputer boards and parallel-processing desktops
Linn Rekursiv CPU
PC backup power
Multiple regression with Excel
Abtract Planning Tool
ExTalk embedded language
Accessing array elements in C

Reviews:
Project management software
Compaq 386 /80386SX
ALR FlexCache 25386
Levco Translink and CSA PART parallel processing boards
Zortech C++ v1.0
PC-Lint 2.15
SpinRite hard disc recovery
FullWrote Professional
Remote2 R2Call/R2Host
NeXT Cube Computer

Adverts:
AST
UserSoft/C
Wells American
Reliant Backup
CLUB
FoxBASE+ 2.10
Compaq Deskpro 386/20e
db_VISTA III
Drafix CAD Ultra
Tallgrass
Zenith
Fivestar Computers
Clarion Professional Developer
Elonex
UniComal
Meridian Ada
Aztec C
Verbatim DataLife
Mitsubishi
Sentinal Worlds I: Future Magic
Project Scheduler4
Aldus PageMaker
 

 

Publication Date : November 1988



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2675. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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