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Byte August 1988

Articles:
GrandView
Networking and database servers
Macintosh products
Why OS/2?
The wired society
25 MHz 80386 clones
The C language
Porting to OS/2
Intel 8031/8051 microcontrollers
Porting MS-DOS applications to Mac

Reviews:
Stand-alone communication packages
20 MHz computers - Tatung TCS-8000, Proteus 386A, Everex Step 386/20
Mouse alternatives - PC-Trac, FastTRAP, Trackball Plus, Felix
Unix for the Mac II
VersaCAD on Mac

Adverts:
Turbo Prolog 2.0
Wintek
Maxell
FlexCache
QNX
Spectrum Micro-CAP II
Intelligence Compiler
Lotus Agenda
FoxBASE+ 2.10
Everex
Zortech C++
PC-MOS/386
Compaq
Tallgrass
Zeos
Toshiba
SCO Xenix
Tandon
NEC MultiSync
Borland Sprint
ScanMan
MT-TEL
ABC
Statgraphics
Tornado
 
 
 

 

Publication Date : August 1988



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2677. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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