This reminds me, there was supposed to be a Turbo Pascal 3 for Xenix
from Borland, I saw the add in TP3 for Dos. Anyone
know where I can get
a copy of this and Turbo Prolog for anything? Need the prolog
well, if you can.
Boy did I make a mistake when I decided on Pascal over Prolog...
Ward Donald Griffiths III wrote:
Sam Ismail wrote:
Let's see...I also got the Radio Shack TRS-80
Sourcebook. Now, I know that Ward probably knows this, but I didn't
realize just how many programs were available for the TRS-80. This book
is pretty big.
The first couple of editions were a bit slender (vendors were in a
state of shock from Tandy finally allowing mention of third-party
products at all -- that's why Tandy didn't advertise in 80-Micro for
at least the first 2-3 years it was published), but from about the
third edition on that sucker got huge. It was discontinued after
Tandy got into the 100% compatible business -- just too much PC
software out there to list and keep the book portable. That's when
they started the Express Order program allowing Tandy customers to
order selected third-party software through the stores. A remnant
of that still exists incorporated into the special order system now
in the stores that offers third-party products in many categories,
as well as some old software for the Color Computer, the Model 16,
the Model 4 etc. that are originally Tandy products.
(Now that I think about it, the Express Order program [900-series
catalog numbers] started at least a year or two before the Tandy
1200 etc., mostly for specialized applications that Tandy was not
prepared to acquire the expertise to support -- things like auto
parts inventory systems, medical billing systems, etc. Much of
that was for Xenix.)
Dylan: How many years must some people exist,
before they're allowed to be free?
WDG3rd: If they "must" exist until they're "allowed",
they'll never be free.