CD-ROM archive of compilers now available (Paul A. Benson)
Tue, 27 Jul 1993 03:56:44 GMT

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From: (Paul A. Benson)
Keywords: books, available
Organization: California State University, Chico
Date: Tue, 27 Jul 1993 03:56:44 GMT

Knowledge Media has released a CD-ROM for anyone interested in
compilers and computer programming.

The disc entitled, "LANGUAGES / OPERATING SYSTEMS", contains
compilers, libraries, source code and documents for standard and
experimental computer languages and operating systems. The contents
of the disc were selected from compilers listed in the free-compilers
list of the Internet.

A brief list of the contents include ...

ABC, Ada, Basic (several versions), C, C++ , Clean, ConC COOL, EC++, ET++,
Forth(several versions), Gambit, GNU Compilers, Libraries, & Tools,
grammars, ICON, ISIS, Janus,Karel, LEDA, Lisp(several versions),
Logo(several versions), Mach, Modula-2, Modula-3, Oberon, OPS5,
Parallaxis,Parallel, Pascal,PC-Scheme. Prolog(several versions), Python,
Rexx(several versions), Sather, Scheme(several versions),Schematik,
Scorpion, Self, SETL2, SML,Simula, Smalltalk, Snobol4, SOS, T, Tcl,
Thomas, yacc, yerk, y+po, etc..

Discounts available for small quantity purchases through Universities
or other Institutions.

These discs may be purchased from Knowledge Media for $ 39.95 + S&H
(shipping and handling): $ 5.00 1-2 discs, $10 for 3 - ( US & Canada)
other foreign S & H is $ 10.00.

PAYMENT: Check,Credit Card (VISA or, card number, exp date).
Terms available to recognized Institutions.
California Residents please add sales tax.

Orders may be placed by contacting Knowledge Media at:

Voice: 1-800-78-CDROM
Fax: 1-916-872-03826
Compuserve 73167,1312

mail: Knowledge Media
436 Nunneley Rd, Suite B
Paradise, CA 95969

A complete catalog of Knowledge Media's cd-roms may be ftp'ed from:

or send email request to:

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