XBasic is a program development environment that includes an editor, compiler, debugger, function libraries and a GUI designer for 32/64 bit applications. XBasic was developed from a clean slate, and so avoids implementation dependencies that other languages can not avoid. 32/64 bit from the ground up. Price: Standard Edition US$149/$298, Professional Edition US$249/$498, Professional LAN Edition US$999.
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Pacific HiTech and Red Hat Software, Inc, announced the release of The Official Red Hat Linux on CD-ROM. The two CD-ROM set includes DOS shell scripts which allow easier installation and configuration. The latest Linux kernels are on the CD, along with older, and for some purposes, more stable kernels. The packaging system, Red Hat's, RPP(R), allows for point-and-click system installation management. The release contains on-line documentation for installing, using, and managing the Linux operating system. US$39.95.
Contact: Red Hat Software, Inc. at 203-454-5500, Web: www.redhat.com.
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