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Byte October 1988

Articles:
Borland Turbo C & Turbo Pascal
OS/2 Presentation Manager & LAN Manager
Hypertext
PC power protection
Floating-point without a co-processor
OS/2 performance
Prodigy conferencing

Reviews:
80386 clones
Dell System 310
Amstrad PPC640 & Epson Equity LT
Macintosh-compatible scanners
C_Talk
Turbo Prolog v2.0
D - the data language
Sprint word processor

Adverts:
Maxell
Wells American
Toshiba
Summagraphics
Sysgen Bridges
Smalltalk/V 286
Proteus
Tallgrass
Verbatim DataLife
Gateway 2000
Princeton VGA
OmniLab 9240 Scope-Analyzer
MathCAD
Borland Paradox 2.0
Logitech
CLUB
ScanMan
Olivetti
Oracle SQL
Elonex
Infosys TABS
FRIL
Acer
Meridian Ada
Datex LANsmart
Clarion Professional Developer
McGraw-Hill
CrossCode C
Minuteman
Experteach
Desktop Presenter
Aztec C
National Instruments LabWindows
UserSoft/C
Fivestar
 
 

 

Publication Date : October 1988



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2676. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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